Constitution of Uganda

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The Constitution of Uganda is the supreme law of Uganda. The current constitution was adopted on October 8, 1995. It sanctions a republican form of government with a powerful president. Amendments in 2005 removed presidential term limits and legalized a multi-party political system.

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