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Uganda Sees Low Turnout for Local Elections

Unlike the last week's tense presidential election, which was marred by late delivery of voting materials and election-day unrest, local elections got off to a mostly smooth start Wednesday in Kampala. At most voting centers, materials arrived within an hour or two of polls opening. And although minor problems were reported, voters said, for the most part, they were happy with the process. However, polling agents noted that voter turnout was low, despite President Yoweri Museveni...

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