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Title:The Buganda Crisis of 1964
Author:Hancock, Ian
Year:1970
Periodical:African affairs: the journal of the Royal African Society
Volume:69
Issue:275
Period:April
Pages:109-123
Language:English
Geographic term:Uganda
Subjects:political stability
Politics and Government
Peoples of Africa (Ethnic Groups)
History and Exploration
Law, Human Rights and Violence
Link:https://www.jstor.org/stable/719875
Abstract:The political crisis in 1964 began in January with a stormy budget session and ended in November with the collapse of the government. The several disasters of that year had in common the effect of creating general discontent throughout Buganda; there was a growing conviction that the leaders were unable to solve Buganda's problems and, at the same time, a growing suspicion that these problems were rooted in Buganda's increasingly vulnerable position within Uganda. The article examines aspects of the crisis through a study of two major political events: the no-confidence motion moved in the Lukiko parliament in March (in demanding the resignation of the head of the government Kintu the motion urged the formation of a progressive, dynamic and better ministry) and the fall of the Kintu government in November and the election of a new Katikiro (Prime Minister).
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