Museveni Is Still Disappearing Uganda’s Opposition

Museveni Is Still Disappearing Uganda’s Opposition
Opposition lawmakers Balimwezo Ronald Nsubuga and Derrick Nyeko wear t-shirts reading “End torture, abductions, killings” in the Parliament building in Kampala, Uganda, Feb. 8, 2022 (AP photo by Ronald Kabuubi).

Articles about enforced disappearances fill the pages of Ugandan newspapers these days, with many of the victims opposition supporters. Though few doubt that Ugandan security forces are behind the abductions, uncertainty about what is driving them abounds. As a result, a sense of fear hangs over the streets of the capital.

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