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CCP Quietly Bolsters Ties With Africa’s Ruling Parties

The Secretary of Uganda’s ruling National Resistance Movement Party, Richard Todwong, took part in a seminar on Saturday organized by the Chinese Communist Party that is part of a broader effort by the CCP to further strengthen its ties with ruling parties across the continent.

Officials from South Africa, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, South Sudan, and Namibia also attended this weekend’s session.

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