Ugandan multi-party referendum, 2000

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A referendum on restoring multi-party democracy was held in Uganda on 29 June 2000. Voters were asked "Which political system do you wish to adopt, Movement or Multiparty?" The result was 90.7% in support of the non-partisan Movement system with a voter turnout of 51.1%

A second referendum on the subject was held in 2005, with the reverse result.[1]

Results[edit]

Choice Votes %
Movement 4,322,901 90.7
Multi-party 442,843 9.3
Invalid/blank votes 148,800 -
Total 4,914,524 100
Source: African Elections Database

References[edit]

  1. ^ Elections in Uganda African Elections Database