One of the leaders of Uganda’s opposition is legally challenging the elections results of the February 16 Presidential elections. The incumbent, Yoweri Musavesi, came first, securing 60,8% of the vote, thereby renewing his 30-year reign. Musavesi has ruled Uganda since 1986.
Amama Mbabazi, who has in the past served as Musavesi’s Prime Minister (2011-2014) during is pursuing litigation. He is alleging voter bribery, threats, abusive language, and arrests of candidates and their supporters.
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