There was commotion when a Member of Parliament was accused of possessing a gun. The leader of the opposition, after complaining that special forces had been used to evict her colleagues, later led her team in walking out.
Uganda has remained restive over the proposed Constitutional amendment, seen as a significant step towards securing a free run for President Yoweri Museveni to seek re-election in 2021.
The draft legislation must be published in the government gazette before it is debated in the National Assembly.
The hullaballoo was too much for the House speaker who, after many attempts to bring the parliament back to order and quieten the disgruntled opposition party, adjourned the session.
But critics say he wants to remove the last hurdle so that he can carry on in the role, possibly to rule for life. The controversy dates from 2005, when a constitutional amendment eliminated the period of two terms of office for the country's president, Yoweri Museveni, were able to run for a third term, won by him in February past year, despite opposition protests.
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The motion passed, parliament communications director Chris Obore told Reuters, adding that Magyezi would have about a month to submit the bill to a first reading in the House.
Uganda's media regulator Wednesday restricted live coverage of parliamentary sessions, leading local television channels to stop broadcasting a live feed.
In previous days, the police have issued memos banning protests of the constitutional amendment that would drop presidential age limits.
The behaviour was no more decorous outside parliament, where police fought running battles with students angry at the proposed amendment.
Since 1986, when Museveni took power, Ugandans have endured all manner of atrocities, including political detentions, assassinations, torture and draconian laws that are meant to suppress dissenting voices.