1996 Ugandan presidential election(Redirected from Ugandan presidential election, 1996)
Presidential elections were held in Uganda for the first time on 9 May 1996. The result was a victory for incumbent Yoweri Museveni, who won 75.5% of the vote. All candidates were independents, as political parties were banned at the time. Voter turnout was 72.3%.
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