The Banknote Controlled Voter Consent
An Extended Study on Campaign Financing for Uganda General Elections 2021
The study contributes to advocacy for increased transparency in how political parties and candidates finance election campaigns in Uganda. It provides key lessons learned for the broader African context as the continent pushes for democratic renewal.
ACFIM is making the study freely available and will take the discussion to several audiences in Africa and the global north. This study is further intended to help readers understand the connection between money flow in election campaigns and political integrity for healthier democracies in Africa.
The following chapters have been extracted from the report and made freely available:
- Chapter 1: Campaign Financing for Uganda’s General Elections 2021
- Chapter 2: Prevalence of Voter Inducement in Uganda’s Elections
- Chapter 3: Pre-Campaign Spending
- Chapter 4: How the Banknote Controlled Voter Consent
- Chapter 5: Political Parties and Campaign Funding
- Chapter 6: Monetized Electoral College System
- Chapter 7: Interlinkages Between Gender and Political Finance
- Chapter 8: Impact of COVID-19 on Campaign Spending
- Chapter 9: Conclusion and Recommendations for Political Finance Reforms
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