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Uganda Declares February 28 Public Holiday

Source: Radio Uganda (Kampala)
Posted: Tuesday, February 27, 2001
Most recent follow-up news item: June 25, 2001


A statement issued by the Ugandan Ministry of Public Service has declared tomorrow, Wednesday, February 28, 2001, a one-off public holiday to allow people to go and check their names in the voters' register and pick cards for voting.

Electoral public holidays are common in Uganda (1997-11-05).

Most recently, Uganda's Ministry of Public Service had declared Friday, January 19th, 2001, a one-off public holiday to enable people to participate in updating voters registers (2001-01-18).



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