The NRM has forgotten what brought them to power

coming to power, the NRM studied and understood very well the nature,
extent and depth of grievances in Uganda. The cadres articulated
these grievances – political, economic, social, religious, ethnic
and tribal, gender, regional and military imbalances – and provided
solutions in their discussions and publications.

underscored a commitment to genuine democratic and economic reforms
to address the grievances. They were very aware that prolonged
military rule, overstaying in power, income inequalities, corruption
and broken promises would spell disaster. The 1995 Constitution was
promulgated with these concerns in mind after extensive