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Vol 47 No 15

Published 21st July 2006


Pressure mounts to end neglect of the North

When Yoweri Kaguta Museveni seized power in 1986, one of his aims was to end Uganda's political, ethnic and religious fragmentation. That he succeeded only partially was clear at February's elections, in which he took his western homeland and most of the centre and east but barely figured in northern districts, where the Lord's Resistance Army rebellion has raged for two decades.

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