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Opposition MPs seek to amend tenure of accounts committee.

Opposition MPs seek to amend tenure of accounts committee.

Opposition Members of Parliament have today July 27, 2016,  proposed an amendment in the tenure period of accountability committees from the current two and half years to five years to enable a smooth operation of their work. Speaking to Journalists at Parliament during the handover ceremony for the parliamentary committee on local government accounts, the […]

Workers demonstration in Kampala

  The workers strike began today, 04th June, 2012. The workers are demanding for the minimum wage, industrial Court, workers involvement in NSSF affairs and the amendment of the NSSF Act to cater for workers” interests, among other demands. Many workers have kept around Kampala in the City Centre and waited for instructions from their […]

African ministers block Uganda education colonialism

The council of ministers in East African Community have rejected a proposed legislation that was widely interpreted as a move by Uganda to sell its education colonialism to other countries in the region. Uganda working through its representative in the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA), Wandera Ogalo thought an amendment of the Inter University Council […]

East Africa Court ruling to affect MPs operatioons

The East African court of justice sitting in Tanzania capital  Arusha has issued an order to the attorney general of Uganda, parliament of Uganda and the East African community to refrain from conduction the forth coming elections of representatives of Uganda in the East African legislative assembly pending amendment of rules that provide for election of members in the said parliament to […]

Minister Ruhindi fails to defend Public Order management Bill

Members of parliament on legal and parliamentary Affairs thrown out the committee deputy Attorney General Fred Ruhindi for failure to defend the public order management bill which is under scrutiny. The deputy Attorney General Fred Ruhindi was asked to leave the committee when he told MPS that he wanted to first harmonize some issues in the bill […]

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