Uganda Re-Elects Museveni Amid Concern Over Vote CredibilityBy and
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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