Uganda is divided into districts, spread across four administrative
regions: Northern, Eastern, Central and
Western. Each district is divided into sub-districts, counties, sub-counties, parishes and villages.
It is the duty of national Members of Parliament to draft laws for the good of the nation, as well as ensure the provision of services to their people. While each district has a Member of Parliament responsible for it, within the districts, there are also local council leaders, parish leaders and other community leaders trusted by their people to see to their welfare.
Review below the polls run on governance in Uganda.