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Mark Jordahl · February, 2011

I am a writer, naturalist, trip leader and educator living in Kampala, Uganda. I have a B.A. in Buddhist Studies and a Masters in Conservation Education, which really aren't as different as you might think. In addition to writing for Global Voices Online, I blog at Wild Thoughts from Uganda.

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Latest posts by Mark Jordahl from February, 2011

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Uganda: No Signs of Egypt-Style Uprising

  22 February 2011

The 2011 Presidential Elections in Uganda have concluded relatively peacefully, with rolling results being announced over the course of the weekend. The blogging community and, in fact, the entire country are fairly quiet at this point, breathing a sigh of relief that things went as calmly as they did despite widespread accusations of ballot stuffing, voter intimidation, and other irregularities.

Uganda: Press Freedom Diminishing as Elections Near

  14 February 2011

Observers and media activists see a steady decline in press freedom in Uganda, particularly with the 2011 elections approaching. It seems that the reductions in freedoms may also ripple out beyond the mainstream media outlets. According to AllVoices, Uganda's Assistant Inspector General of Police, Asan Kasingye, has announced that the police will be monitoring social media such as blogs, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter during the elections.

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Uganda: Online Guide to Presidential Elections 2011

  8 February 2011

Uganda's Presidential and Parliamentary Elections will be held on 18 February 2011. The leading candidates for the presidential race are the incumbent President Yoweri Museveni of the National Resistance Movement (NRM), Dr. Kizza Besigye of the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) and Norbert Mao who represents the Democratic Party (DP).This is our Online Guide to Uganda's Presidential Elections 2011.

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