Ugandan Medical Team Lined Up for Age Limit Research
The Uganda Medical Association plans to set up a team to conduct research on whether a person who is 75 or older has the physical and mental abilities to be president. The association's president, Dr Anthony Ekwaro Obuku, told a parliamentary committee that the panel will do the research in the wake of strong debate on the unpopular age limit bill.
Observer, 1 November 2017
The Uganda Medical Association (UMA), an umbrella body for registered medical practitioners plans to set up a team of personnel to conduct research on whether a person who is 75… Read more »
Dr Anthony Ekwaro Obuku before the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs committee.
Monitor, 1 November 2017
Victims of the Lords Resistance insurgency in Obalanga Sub County, in Amuria District have asked President Museveni to retire and enrol for the Social Assistance Grants for… Read more »
Monitor, 2 November 2017
Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda last week stated that the age limit was quickly drawing to a conclusion. Dr Rugunda, an ex-officio in Parliament, said the whip count in favour of… Read more »
Ruling party MP Raphael Magyezi abandoned the first hearing of the parliamentary committee scrutinising his controversial presidential age limit removal bill. For close to six ... Read more »