Saturday, February 19, 2011

"Uganda Carries Out Its Elections in Largely Peaceful Fashion"

"The ballot looked like a rebus puzzle, with pictures of a bicycle, a boom box, a key, a soccer ball, a yellow rose, a giraffe, a hoe — all colorful symbols for Uganda’s various political parties. Moses Kibwami, a carpenter and the father of 12, stood there in his swamp boots on Friday morning, cast a quick look over them and then stamped his thumb onto the paper."

The NYT has this report.

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