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Uganda's political trajectory was characterized by military coups .
The armed forces were anti-people, indisciplined, consisted predominantly of certain ethnic groups, led by officers with little or no education, deployed mainly for internal suppression of the population than protection of Uganda from external threats and were used by the leaders to acquire or retain power.
Within the great lakes region, the population still battle with the debris of these conflicts, a situation that perfectly illustrates the importance of social and political stability and attests to the need to pay more attention to this sensitive sector.
Parliament as one of the three arms of government (including the executive and the judiciary) is faced with the obligation of carrying out oversight on all aspects of government activity, security inclusive.
This book therefore, examines the extent to which Uganda's new constitutional order has impacted on security sector governance and explores the contribution of parliamentary oversight in putting a stop to insecurity and fostering stability.
Namayanja is a Minister of State - Office of the Prime Minister and a Member of Parliament since 2001, She was Chairperson of the Defense Committee in Parliament, holds a B.A and Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from Makarere University.
She obtained an MSc in Security Sector Management from Cranfield University and is a doctoral Candidate.
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