The debate on whether to lift the restrictions on presidential age limit of 75 in order to enable President Yoweri Museveni to run for re-election has divided Uganda members of parliament.
Resistance to another presidential term from Mr Museveni is widespread, with human rights activists, religious leaders, MPs and members of his own party protesting him getting another term.
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.
In his bid to restore calm, the speaker ordered the forcible ejection of at least 25 MPs opposed to the proposed constitutional amendment to prolong Museveni's tenure, while other like-minded MPs walked out of the chambers in support of their colleagues.
Violence broke out in the Ugandan parliament in the capital Kampala on Tuesday as a motion authorizing parliament to draft a bill lifting the age limit was presented.
But fighting broke out again when parliamentarians returned to the house on Wednesday.
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In 2005, a constitutional amendment was made removing the two-term limit for the presidency to allow the president to run for a third-term which he won in February a year ago, even though opposition unsuccessfully contested the outcome.
Uganda's ruling party enjoys an overwhelming majority in the national assembly and the bill is expected to pass.
The countries communication regulator banned live broadcasts of the meeting after Tuesday's disruption, but clips of today's session have been shared on Twitter.
The age-limit issue is controversial because long-standing President, Museveni, is 73 and the limit for re-election is 75.
Police and the military had also battled various demonstrators in different towns, leading to the arrest of several people.