Will Museveni use Constitution review for political fixing?

The team to be chaired by former Attorney General, Prof Edward Kiddu Makubuya, deputised by former House Speaker and long serving retired diplomat Francis Butagira is expected to consider the various constitutional reform proposals that have been received by government.

~ Daily Monitor

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