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Elections and Legitimacy in Authoritarian Regimes
(International Journal of Politics and Good Governance, 2015)
Holding periodic democratic elections is one of the principal ingredients of liberal democracy. This practice has also been adopted by authoritarian regimes not for purposes of promoting democracy but to gather legitimacy ...
An Analysis of the 2011 Parliamentary Election and its Implication on the Economy of Uganda
(International Journal of Politics and Good Governance, 2011)
The National Resistance Movement (NRM) government transited to electoral democracy with promulgation of the 1995 constitution. This constitution provides for a periodic election after every five years. This has given a ...