Uganda is a republic with a unicameral parliamentary system. The president is directly elected as the head of state and head of government with executive powers, for a term of five years. The president is responsible for nominating the cabinet, subject to parliamentary approval. The Members of Parliament are elected for a five-year term.
Roles of Central Government
The role of the central government include policy formulation, setting standards, regulations, developing capacities of local governments to deliver services and formulation of guidelines.