Tuesday, 15 March 2011

The case for federalism in Uganda: Where Buganda went wrong

Federalism is a political system in which there are two governments i.e. the central government and regional government. The central government is in charge of national issues like budgets, foreign relations, and defence and other international departments. The regional government on the other hand is responsible for domestic issues pertaining to its region. This means one region’s issues are their own and they are expected to deal with it by their own means and resources.

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