The long-awaited presidential age limit judgment was delivered at the High Court in Mbale where the court upheld the removal of the 75-year age cap. This will allow 73-year old President Yoweri Museveni, who has been in office for 32 years, to run in the 2021 polls.
Court Ruling Allows Museveni to Run Again for President
Independent (Kampala), 27 July 2018
The Constitutional Court has with a majority ruled that the lifting of the age limit for the president of Uganda was constitutional. The ruling will allow President Yoweri… Read more »
A summary of the 12-hour verdict by 5 Constitutional Court judges.
Museveni Wins Age Limit Case
Monitor, 27 July 2018
President Museveni emerged top winner while MPs and Local Councils were the biggest losers in the age limit petition following the Constitutional Court's majority ruling that… Read more »
Fives judges will deliver the final verdict on the presidential age limit, which could see President Yoweri Museveni standing for re-election in 2021 and beyond... Read more »
The Monitor is reporting that a comprehensive plan is in place to lift the limit on the age of the country's president and an initial deadline for the plan is the end of 2018. ... Read more »
Word has been on the street for a whole year now, the ruler of three decades, President Yoweri Museveni, is fully committed to clinging on beyond the current constitutional age cap ... Read more »
The joint petitioners opposed to presidential age limit removal failed to convince the Constitutional Court to have Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga questioned about the role ... Read more »
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