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Rwandans Vote on Measure Allowing Kagame More Terms

Rwandans are going to the polls to vote on a referendum that would change the constitution and allow President Paul Kagame to run for as many as three more terms in office. Friday's referendum asks for approval of an amendment that would shorten presidential terms to five years rather than seven. But the amendment would make an exception for Kagame, allowing him to run for a third seven-year term and two more five-year terms after that. Current law requires Kagame to step down...

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