There was an increase in campaign expenditures according to the ACFIM report where the NRM had 90% of the campaign expenditures.
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A team of 38 Members of Parliament have expressed their support for campaign finance reforms and the effort by Hon. Alex Ruhunda (MP Fort Portal Municipality) to produce on the floor of Parliament, a Private Members’ Bill on Election Campaign Financing. This was after Ruhunda made the political ... Read More
BY WILBER MUHWEZI
IN BUSHENYI —
Leaders and citizens from Bushenyi district Tuesday approved a proposed bill that is aimed at stopping use of huge sums of money in political campaigns in a process of electing political leaders into office.
The approval was made Tuesday ... Read More
Alliance for Campaign Finance Monitoring (ACFIM) partnered with the National Democratic Institute (NDI) to conduct a survey of Members of the 10th Parliament on campaign finance reform.
The target population was 324 directly elected MPs (excluding Gov’t Ministers and Special Interest Group MPs).
We randomly selected ... Read More
Ugandan citizens will go to the polls on Thursday to elect their president and members of parliament. Ahead of the election, NDI’s local partner, the Alliance for Campaign Finance Monitoring (ACFIM), has been conducting a village-based campaign to reduce vote buying and selling. This sort of corruption has ... Read More
The National Chairperson of Uganda Peoples’ Congress (UPC) Lawrence Okai has expressed support of the party towards a national advocacy for Campaign Finance Law. The law is one part of the campaign finance reforms recommended in a report by Alliance for Campaign Finance Monitoring ACFIM) on electoral expenditure ... Read More
Unregulated influence of money on Uganda’s election outcomes is a primary concern of ACCU and other ACFIM member organizations mainly because of the challenges it poses to evolution of democracy. Excessive use of money in election campaigns has deprived Ugandans of the power to objectively determine their political ... Read More