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  • PAP calls for internal democracy in political parties

    The Pan African Parliament (PAP) has called for internal democracy in political parties in order to build proper democracy at national level. Debating a report on political parties building vibrant...
  • MPs demand compensation for persons affected by road works

    The Deputy Speaker, Jacob Oulanyah has tasked the Minster for Works and Transport to study a petition by residents of Kagarama Town Council, Ntungamo District over pending compensation to persons...
  • Law to operationalise road tolls passed

    Parliament has passed the Roads Bill 2018 that will see motorists start paying to use some roads around the country. The bill provides for among others, the prescription of tolls for toll roads that...
  • CSOs call for financial support to palliative care

    The Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Jacob Oulanyah has commended Civil Society Organizations that provide palliative care and tasked them to engage Government to avail more funding to the sector....
  • MPs decry grabbing of Government Ranches

    Members of Parliament on the Committee on Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries have decried continued encroachment of government ranches by individuals. The Vice Chairperson of the Committee,...
  • Ugandan legislators urged to streamline e-passport use

    The head of Uganda’s Mission in South Africa, Hon. Barbara Nekesa, has appealed to Ugandan MPs to push government to streamline the move towards the use of electronic passports in order for the...
  • Kadaga calls for restrictions on labour export

    The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga has proposed that labour export is a monopoly of government in a move to curb the rising cases of human trafficking. “One of the things we have demanded from...
  • Gov’t seeks more time to table electoral reforms

    The Attorney General, Hon. William Byaruhanga has said that government will present the bills on electoral reforms before Parliament in two weeks’ time. Byaruhanga who made a statement to the House...
  • AGOA progress is exciting-Kadaga

    The Speaker, Rebecca Kadaga says the fruits of the African Growth and Opportunity Act(AGOA) are starting to bear as seen by the large exports to the United States. “We are sometimes blamed for...
  • PAP will provide checks on gov’ts

    A strengthened Pan African Parliament will provide checks on governments and national leaders for the good of the ordinary people in Africa, the first Vice President, Hon. Stephen Masele has said....

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