Uganda Re-Elects Museveni Amid Concern Over Vote Credibility

  • Incumbent retains office with 61 percent of presidential vote
  • Main challenger rejects outcome while under house arrest

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni was re-elected for a fifth term, extending his 30-year rule over the East African nation in a result rejected by his main challenger amid international concern over the vote’s credibility.

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