News

  • Atiak farmers petition Parliament

    Over 300 aggrieved farmers from Northern Uganda have petitioned the Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga over their perceived government’s intention to keep them in poverty by the delayed completion...
  • PAP approves US$26 million budget

    The Pan African Parliament (PAP) has considered and adopted the proposed US$ 26 million budget to run the legislature’s activities and programmes in 2019. The PAP, which is headquartered in Midrand,...
  • Improve welfare of Foreign Service Officers – MPs

    Members of Parliament have called on Government to improve the welfare of its officials serving in several missions abroad. The MPs raised the concern following the presentation of the report...
  • 'Recruitment of Cuban Specialists not approved'

    The Minister of Health, Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng has clarified that the plans to  to recruit Cuban doctors have not been approved by Cabinet. Aceng made the clarification during a Parliament  sitting on...
  • USAID considering direct funding to government

    The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has re-affirmed its continued support to Uganda especially in the areas of strengthening the health, education and energy sectors and...
  • Police want 48 hour rule scrapped

    Police is proposing the scrapping of the Constitutional requirement to produce arrested or detained suspects before court within 48 hours. Appearing before Parliament’s Committee on Human Rights, the...
  • Kadaga to support Pakwach devt.

    The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, has committed to advocate for the development of Pakwach district, working with the district leadership to improve education, tourism and agriculture....
  • 'Push govt. on Marriage Bill’

    The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, has tasked the UN Women to lobby government to present the Marriage and Divorce Bill for consideration by the House. She noted that government had abdicated...
  • Kadaga to support Namayingo district

    The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, has promised to support health initiatives meant to improve the livelihood of people in Namayingo district. "I will give special attention to Namayingo...
  • Kadaga asks UN to provide pads for refugees

    The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, has asked the United Nations High Commission for Refugees to provide reusable sanitary pads to refugees. At a Kampala news conference to launch AFRIpads, a...

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