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  • MPs criticise army, Agriculture Ministry over fishermen mistreatment

    A report from the Committee on Agriculture today praised the Fisheries Protection Force (FPF) for rejuvenating the fish stock in the country, but quickly condemned its alleged brutal handling of...
  • Mityana leaders petition Parliament over electricity

    Local Council chairpersons from Mityana municipality have petitioned Parliament over lack of electricity in their area. The Chairpersons who were led by their parliamentary representative, Hon....
  • Pan African Parliament hails Uganda on refugees

    The Pan African Parliament has commended Uganda for its progressive policies in the management of refugees. Uganda’s open door policy to asylum seekers was lauded as one of the most generous in the...
  • ‘Explain Uganda, Rwanda tension’

    Legislators have demanded that government immediately explains and resolves the standoff between Uganda and Rwanda that has led to the closure of the border between the two countries. The MPs said...
  • Kadaga urges church to support family planning

    The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga has called upon the church leaders to encourage people to adopt family planning methods. Kadaga said the  Catholic Church has from  time immemorial preached...
  • Control importation of rice-MP Taaka

    The Bugiri District Woman Representative, Hon Agnes Taaka, has called on government to control the importation of rice to protect the local producers and their employees. Taaka made this call...
  • ‘Parliament will review MP nomination fees’

    Parliament will review nomination fees for persons seeking elective offices to make it easier for the youth to stand for political positions, the Speaker Rebecca Kadaga has said. Kadaga, who was...
  • Mpigi stopover facility impresses Kadaga

    The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, has commended the locals of Nabusanke, Mpigi district for challenging government by implementing a parliamentary resolution to construct a stopover facility...
  • Kadaga advocates for recognition of minority tribes

    The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, has raised concern over the disappearance of minority tribes recommending that they need to be recognized and saved. Kadaga, who was speaking at the 21st...
  • Consider local industries during Budget process-Kadaga

    The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga has directed the Parliamentary Committee on Finance to assess the needs of the local manufacturing industries during the processing of the tax bills.. Kadaga...

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