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Uganda: the two lives of Yoweri Museveni

“The problem of Africa in general, and Uganda in particular, is not the people but the leaders who want to stay in power,” said Yoweri Museveni in the 1980s. At that time, he thought that “15 years” at the head of a state was more than enough and a leader then had to give way. He has now been President for 34 years and is running for a new term.

The Ugandan head of state will have had two lives: that of a freedom fighter, pillar of liberation struggles against backward dictatorships in Africa; then that of an authoritarian potentate not shrinking from violence to maintain himself at the head of the state.

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