Fafi Member of the National Assembly Honorable Salah Yakub leaked plans amongst United Democratic Alliance Party to remove the presidential term limit and change it with an age limit.
This move would see a president vie for presidential seat as many times as possible as long as he or she is not 75 years of age.In a live interview with one of the local Television Station, Political Analyst Peter Kawgwanja has raised fresh concerns on the same issue.
According to Kagwanja,he has opinioned that the two term limit should be merged into one and the winner of the election should go for ten years.According to Proffesor Peter Kawgwanja, he said that this would avoid perpetual campaigns.
"Prof Peter Kagwanja: We should merge the two-term limit into one and if you win a presidential election, you go for ten years. The 10-year limit should be debated to avoid perpetual campaigns.#MorningPrime @debarlinea https://t.co/f1BpTous7V", Proffesor Peter Kawgwanja stated
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