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.
Constitution - Government Plots New Changes
Monitor, 15 May 2019
The government will table a new Bill in Parliament before the end of this month to introduce a raft of proposed Constitution amendments, the Attorney General (AG), Mr William… Read more »
Members of Parliament fight in the Parliament chambers during the last constitutional amendment that sought to remove the presidential age limit in 2017.
Uganda's Electoral Reform Dilemma
Monitor, 10 February 2019
All signs show Uganda will not take the road less travelled on the question of electoral reforms ahead of the 2021 general elections. It will be the usual business. Read more »
There is uncertainty and confusion over the scheduled 2021 elections due to an absence of electoral reforms, lack of funding for the road map and an opposition locked in supremacy ... Read more »
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