Uganda’s Museveni Won’t Go Quietly

Emboldened by his recent reelection and longtime Western support, the entrenched president appears determined to quash his opposition.

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Last month, a grand electoral theft took place in Uganda when incumbent President Yoweri Museveni—in power since 1986—was declared the winner of an election that was neither free nor fair. As if to cement Museveni’s continued reign, his most significant challenger, the popular musician Bobi Wine, was placed under house arrest for 12 days. Even after the High Court ordered his release, military choppers hovered over his house.

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