Ugandan Constituent Assembly election, 1994

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Elections for the Constituent Assembly were held in Uganda on 28 March 1994. 284 independent delegates were elected to the Assembly, which was tasked with drawing up the country's new constitution.[1] After it was completed, presidential and parliamentary elections were held in 1996.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Elections in Uganda African Elections Database