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Decentralisation in Africa: a critical review of Uganda's experience
Since the rise to power of the Movement government under the leadership of Yoweri Museveni in 1986, Uganda has largely been show-cased as an emerging democracy on the continent. Among other things, Museveni's regime has ...
Can decentralisation contribute to promoting rule-of-law structures? The democratic republic of Congo, Rwanda and Burundi as examples
Decentralisation can enable a country's population to exercise political influence at regional and local level. This presupposes a willingness to assume responsibility. It also presupposes that those in power are willing ...
The implications of fedralism and decentralisation in socio-economic conditions in Ethiopia
This paper analyses impacts of the federal system and the decentralisation of functions to the district level on Ethiopia's socio-economic development. Firstly we will highlight the principles of the Ethiopian federal ...