The disagreements are on Article 15. In the 1999 constitution, the article called for the removal of the King on medical grounds, misconduct or misbehaviour. It also gave powers to members of the ruling clan, the Babiito, in consultation with the kingdom parliament to appoint a successor. In the amended version of the constitution, however, the section was scrapped, drawing mixed reactions.
In 2012, Omukama Oyo suspended the 1999 Tooro Kingdom constitution and appointed a nine-member committee led by his aunt, Princess Elizabeth Bagaya, to review it and suggest some amendments. Among the changes, Article 15 which in the 1999 constitution stated that the Omukama shall be removed based on medical grounds or misconduct, has been deleted.
In 2014, Tooro Kingdom loyalists successfully petitioned parliament for the return of Kingdom assets and properties. The campaign spearheaded by a youth group referred to as Amacumu ne Bitara bya Rukirabasaija involved a 300km walk from Fort portal to Kampala to deliver the petition to parliament.
The 1999 Kingdom constitution states that the Kingdom Parliament, the Orukurato will have powers to remove the King. However Kingdom clan heads have agreed to give the powers to only members of the Babiito.