Just days after the Constitutional Court finished hearing arguments challenging amendments which remove the 75-year presidential age limit, it appears the ruling party is getting set for another battle in parliament. This time, Museveni wants the presidential term extended from five years to seven, writes Haggai Matsiko in The Independent.
Museveni Wants Seven-Year Term
Independent (Kampala), 30 April 2018
Just days after the Constitutional Court sitting in Mbale completed hearing of a case challenging amendments passed later year to remove the 75-year constitutional age limit to… Read more »
President Yoweri Museveni
Uganda's Unexciting Last Ditch Effort to Stop Museveni's Life Presidency
African Arguments, 30 April 2018
A court is deliberating on whether to reinstate presidential age limits, thus putting an end date on Museveni's rule. Might it... ? Read more »
Legendary Wenger, Please Go With Museveni
Observer, 25 April 2018
The 1999 FA Cup semifinal between Manchester United and Arsenal at Villa Park is the game that made me fall in love with English football, and Arsenal football club in particular. Read more »
Government lawyers had a rough time in the Constitutional Court as they defended the constitutional amendment which removed the age limit on the president's term of office. Read more »
Barely two weeks after President Yoweri Museveni signed the controversial age limit bill into law, the Uganda Law Society has petitioned the Constitutional Court, seeking to annul ... Read more »
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