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  • LOP pledges on better researched debate

    The Opposition in Parliament will debate from a better researched and informed point of view going forward, their Leader has pledged.  Hon Mathias Mpuuga, the Leader of the Opposition (LOP) and also...
  • Government presents Budget Framework Paper

    The National Budget Framework Paper (NBFP) for Financial Year 2022/23 has been presented before Parliament. The NBFP presented by the Minister of State for Finance, Planning and Economic Development...
  • Uganda, DR Congo Speakers Root for Regional Cooperation

    The Speaker of Parliament, Jacob Oulanyah and the President of the Senate of the DR Congo, H.E. Modeste Bahati Lukwebo have agreed to foster bilateral relations that better the lives of their people...
  • Parliament to support early childhood care laws

    Pre-Primary Teacher Training Institutions’ Association-Uganda (PPTIA) has asked the Speaker, Jacob Oulanyah, to cause government to establish a formidable and credible policy that will lead to the...
  • Among flags off construction of Shs71bn irrigation scheme

    The Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Anita Among, has broken ground for the construction of Shs71billion Acomai irrigation scheme in Kamutur Sub-county in Bukedea District. The project, which is under...
  • MPs to support CoU as it marks 60th anniversary

    Members of Parliament have pledged to support the Church of Uganda (CoU) as it marks 60 years of existence. The MPs led by the Speaker of Parliament, Jacob Oulanyah, on Friday, 17th December 2021 met...
  • Be your brother’s keeper, Oulanyah tells MPs

    Members of Parliament and staff led by Speaker Jacob Oulanyah on Thursday, 16 December 2021 held a candle-lit Christmas Carol and Holy Communion service at Parliament to mark the birth of Jesus...
  • Govt commits to pay medical Interns’ salaries

    The Minister of State for Finance, Planning and Economic Development (General Duties), Henry Musasizi, has given legislators assurance that medical intern doctors and senior medical staff in...
  • Parliament set to handle all print jobs in-house

    Parliament’s journey to digitalisation continues, this time, a state-of-the-art Computer-to-Plate (CTP) machine has been launched to enable in-house printing of Parliament publications, including the...
  • Persistent power outages irk West Nile MPs

    Legislators from West Nile have asked the government to intervene and address the persistent power outages and erratic electricity supply in the region. Led by the Chairperson of the West Nile Caucus...

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