COMMERCIALISED POLITICS AND CAPTIVITY OF STATE INSTITUTIONS IN UGANDA
Commercialized Politics and Captivity of State Institutions in Uganda
The return to multiparty political dispensation in 2005, increased political competition, turning elections into a do-or-die affair. Electoral Politics has been commercialized amidst underlying corruption the result of which has largely manifested in form of functionally hollowing out state institutions by the political and economic elite. Electoral integrity is being sacrificed at the altar of political and economic survival.