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African leaders: Why why why?

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by sekulu, Feb 14, 2011.

  1. sekulu

    sekulu JF-Expert Member

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    Tensions and the specter of violence are rising before Uganda's Feb. 18 election. President Yoweri Museveni, in power for 25 years, has altered the constitution to allow him to run for another five-year term and is running on a platform of combating terrorism and extremism and maintaining stability in the key East African nation.

    Source: Gregory Branch — Special to GlobalPost
  2. Masikini_Jeuri

    Masikini_Jeuri JF-Expert Member

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    Uwezo Tunao JF-Expert Member

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    Vote cheating could well be on the way to the just ensuing elections in Uganda as usual.
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    cartura JF-Expert Member

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    This guy is so obsessed with the presidency and he will do whatever it takes to cling to it; Ajitangaze tu kwamba ni rais wa maisha kama mwenzake Idd Amini ili aeleweke.
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    boma2000 JF-Expert Member

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    East Africa does not need him at all, East Africa stability does not need Museveni, let him die today and see if there would be instability. Museveni is the architect of east africa federation fast track without following essential steps something had never happaned in this world when regional integration is concern