Politics of Uganda

Uganda is a presidential republic, in which the President of Uganda is both the head of state and head of government. There is a multi-party system. Executive power is exercised by the government. Legislative power is given to the National Assembly; the system is based on a democratic parliamentary system with equal rights for all citizens over 18 years of age. The Economist Intelligence Unit rated Uganda a "hybrid regime" in 2019. In a measure ostensibly designed to reduce sectarian violence, political parties were restricted in their activities from 1986. In the non-party "Movement" system instituted by President Yoweri Museveni, political parties continued to exist but could not campaign in elections or field candidates directly. A constitutional referendum canceled this 19-year ban on multi-party politics in July 2005. Presidential elections were held in February 2006. Museveni ran against several candidates, of whom the most prominent was the exiled Dr. Kizza Besigye. Museveni was declared the winner.

Besigye alleged fraud, rejected the result. The Supreme Court of Uganda ruled that the election was marred by intimidation, voter disenfranchisement, other irregularities. However, the Court voted 4-3 to uphold the results of the election; the head of state in Uganda is the President, elected by a popular vote to a five-year term. This is Yoweri Museveni, the head of the armed forces; the previous presidential elections were in February 2011, in the election of February 2016, Museveni was elected with 68 percent of the vote. The cabinet is appointed by the president from among the elected legislators; the prime minister, Ruhakana Rugunda, assists the president in the supervision of the cabinet. The Cabinet of Uganda, according to the Constitution of Uganda, "shall consist of the President, the Vice President and such number of Ministers as may appear to the President to be reasonably necessary for the efficient running of the State." On 4 May 2005, the Ugandan Parliament voted to conduct a referendum on the reintroduction of party politics in Uganda.

The referendum was held on July 28, 2005, Ugandans voted for a return to multi-party politics. The Ugandan judiciary operates as an independent branch of government and consists of magistrate's courts, high courts, courts of appeal, the Supreme Court. Judges for the High Court are appointed by the president. A fight between Ugandan and Libyan presidential guards sparked chaos during a ceremony attended by the heads of state from 11 African nations on March 19, 2008. ACP African Development Bank Commonwealth of Nations East African Development Bank Food and Agriculture Organization Group of 77 Intelsat Intergovernmental Authority on Development International Atomic Energy Agency International Bank for Reconstruction and Development International Civil Aviation Organization International Confederation of Free Trade Unions International Criminal Court International Development Association International Finance Corporation International Fund for Agricultural Development International Labour Organization International Monetary Fund International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement International Olympic Committee International Organization for Migration International Organization for Standardization International Telecommunication Union Interpol Islamic Development Bank Non-Aligned Movement Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons Organisation of African Unity Organisation of Islamic Cooperation Permanent Court of Arbitration United Nations United Nations Conference on Trade and Development United Nations Economic Commission for Africa United Nations Educational and Cultural Organization United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees United Nations Industrial Development Organization Universal Postal Union World Customs Organization World Federation of Trade Unions World Health Organization World Intellectual Property Organization World Meteorological Organization World Tourism Organization World Trade Organization List of government ministries of Uganda Cabinet of Uganda Parliament of Uganda Supreme Court of Uganda Uganda's opposition join forces "Uganda'night commuters' flee rebel brutality" Tripp, Aili Mari, Museveni’s Uganda: Paradoxes of Power in a Hybrid Regime, Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2010.

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Evgeny Lovchev

Evgeny Serafimovich Lovchev is a Russian sports journalist, a former footballer and futsal manager. Soviet Top League winner: 1969. Soviet Top League runner-up: 1974. Soviet Top League bronze: 1970. Soviet Cup winner: 1971. Top 33 players year-end list: 7 times. Soviet Footballer of the Year: 1972, he was capped 52 times for USSR, playing the 1972 Summer Olympics. In 1970, he became the first player to be booked on a World Cup match, in the opening game of the tournament against Mexico, his son Evgeniy Lovchev played football professionally, including Kazakhstan national football team. Profile

Morishige Takei

Morishige Takei, who studied Italian at Tokyo College of Language, was a member of the court of Emperor Hirohito. After studying in Italy and discovering the mandolin and guitar, he returned to Japan and in 1915 established what would become the Sinfonia Mandolini Orchestra, a mandolin orchestra; the orchestra would continue through 1949. He became a composer, with 114 compositions for guitar. World War II affected music in Japan, through the National Mobilization Law of 1938. One of the effects of the law was to allow the government to assert control of music, banning western music and instruments, including the electric guitar and ukulele. In spite of this, Takei was able to maintain his mandolin-guitar orchestra until 1943, his orchestra, named the Orchestra Sinfonica Takei in 1923, was temporarily renamed Takei-Gakudan, December 1941. After the war, he rose higher in the imperial court, he continued the work of promoting the mandolin and guitar, giving a concert with his orchestra November 6, 1949.

He died two days later. The mandolin orchestra, founded by Morishige Takei is still in existence. After Takei's death, the Orquestra Sinfonica Takei was dissolved in December 1958, but started up again in December 1959 under the name Murao Sugita Symphony Orchestra. After Mural Sugita passed away in July 1986, it was newly organized as Sugita Mura Yuu Memorial Regular Concert Organization. In May 1987 it was renamed Orquestra Sinfonica Tokyo. Twilight Op. 6 Morning Prelude Op. 10 Small flowers dancing Op.14 Late spring Op.15 To a dead young man Op.18 Fantasia "Impression of Korea" Op.20 Small March "Louise" Op.21 Spring Nostalgia Op.22 Remembering Carlle Op.23 Song of early autumn Op.26 Futaba of album Op.30 Summer's Suite Op. 31 Spring Festival Night Op. 34 Hypocritical Op.35 Flow Op. 36 Evening rain shower Op. 38 Dusk Op. 41 Improvisation song Op. 42 Yellowling Flower Op. 43 Big Op. 45 Spring Sailing Op. 46 Standing in front of the house of the martyrdom Chapel Op.47 Rain and Cosmos Op.49 Festival town corner Op.50 Akane Op. 63 March March "Going through the sky" Op. 64 Dew small diameter Op. 68 Algae Op. 69 The fruit jumps off Op.70 Sonko Op. 74 Insect Dance Op.80 Life Autumn Op. 81 Breeze Op. 108 Suite "Festival of fruits" Op. 111 For the morning mist Op. 76 Spring to go Op.29 Memories of childhood Op.1 Field Walking Op.2 Harmonic Minuet Op. 5 – Arranged in the mandolin orchestra Song dedicated to Talrega Op. 7 Improvisation song Op. 8 Today's joy Op.9 – Arrangements in the mandolin orchestra A visit to the autumn rain Op. 11 – Arrangement in the mandolin orchestra Small Dances Op. 12 – Arranged in a Guitar Ensemble Fallen Leaf Op.27 – Arranged in the Mandolin Orchestra Petals Op. 28 Hill of late days Op. 51 Along the flow Op.52 Thinking about my invisible dream Op. 53 Arrangement Op. 54 – Arrangement in the mandolin orchestra Romanza Op.55 Scherzo Op. 56 Capri Chetth No. 1 Op. 57 Four Preludes Op.58 Snow is good Op. 62 There is a lotus Op. 65 Izumi Op.66 Window of rain Op. 67 Akumo Op. 71 Painting a girl Op.72 Silent verse Op. 73 Under the spring light Op. 75 – Arranged in the mandolin orchestra Wooden car Op. 78 Cutting by lower three strings Op. 79 Otone Op. 82 Odori Op. 83 Memorial Op. 84 Clear morning Op. 85 Dusky Op. 86 Shō Op. 87 Shibaki Op. 88 Autumn's Fantasy Op. 89 Variations that have the theme "The Moon in Wild Archeology" Op.90 Fleas Op.92 Osmanthus Op. 93 – Arrangements in the mandolin orchestra Winter street trees Op. 94 A woman carrying threads Op. 95 – Arranged in the mandolin orchestra Furnace edge Op. 96 Infant Op. 97 Ukifune cloud Op.98 Toshikanoka Op. 99 Two preludes Op. 101 Memories of Torino Op. 102 Torn glass door Op. 103 Wine Alcohol Op. 104 Butterflies fell in the water Op. 105 One night Op. 106 Capri Chett No. 2 Op. 107 Yellow flower Op. 109 Easy album Op.110 See the stars Op. 112 Album for Children Op. 114 Fall color"" Op. 60 – Songs and guitar Fairy Phrase Op.100 – Songs and Guitar Fall three themes Op.113 – Chorus and mandolin orchestra