(English) Human Rights in Uganda
(English) Museveni’s 30-year reign has brought relative stability and economic growth. Despite these achievements, the track record of his administration’s respect for basic rights and freedoms is dismal. The development of human rights in Uganda remains fragile. Where overlap between the ruling party and the state is pervasive, government institutions have very little space to provide impartial service to all citizens. The human rights environment in the country remains unstable due to the introduction of increasingly restrictive legislation and the lack of independence in several state institutions.