Govt Approves Process to Amend Ugandan Constitution

Attorney-General William Byaruhanga has said the government will table a new Bill in Parliament before the end of this month to introduce proposed constitutional amendments. This comes as opposition MPs accused the government of trying to prevent the smooth-running of the elections.

Members of Parliament fight in the Parliament chambers during the last constitutional amendment that sought to remove the presidential age limit in 2017.

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