Uganda's ruling party to call shots on budget

From ONE Fri Jan 25 2013, 13:46:37

The ruling party in Uganda, the National Resistance Movement, recently held a retreat at which, on the urging of the chairman of the party and the President of the country, Yoweri Museveni, resolved to be the one to spearhead the budgeting process. It is argued that this will help the government to better align the budget to the President's manifesto, upon which he was elected to lead the country for a period of five years.

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