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Fight breaks out at the Ugandan parliament over President Yoweri Museveni another term in office



Most African country have it’s Government full of touts. #noarguements. Just yesterday, Uganda’s parliament had a brawl, throwing fists and chairs at each other, just ahead of a debate meeting  on whether to grant long-serving President Yoweri Museveni another term in office. He has been in power for more than three decades.
I don’t like the way most African countries like Ugandan are doing the whole democracy thing, how will someone at the age f 73 still lead a country, and nobody is talking. Muse is 73 and according to the country’s constitution, a leader must be less than 75-years-old. This automatically makes Yoweri, incapable for the election come 2021. 
The move to extend Museveni’s stay in office has brought the opposition of several civil rights and political opposition. Government and opposition lawmakers came to blows after the House speaker allowed a ruling party legislator to introduce a motion to kick-start a process to remove an age cap from Uganda’s constitution to allow Museveni to run for re-election.

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