The controvercy continues!
In view of dictatorships, life presidency, and turning a seeming democracy into a monarch by many African leaders today, citizens in Uganda are wary of the future of their country as the leading political party recently proposed to amend the country’s longest living 1995 constitution which implies that the upper and lower presidential age limit.
In 1995, James Wapakhabulo, the then Constituent Assembly (CA) Chairman, chaired the session that at the International Conference Centre, Kampala to consider and pass the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda which on 8th October was handed to the President Yoweri Kaguta M. comprising of 288 Articles. In his speech, the president fronted the then constitution as the best in the whole world and it is a surprise that today, he is in to amend it. What changed? Did the best constitution in the world get robbed of some features?
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