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  • Auditor General’s report exposes wastage, misuse of funds

    The Auditor General has released the audit reports for Financial Year ending June 30, 2019, which flashes spotlight on government entities wasting  public funds. Uganda Civil Aviation Authority (UCCA...
  • Guarantee security in 2021, MPs ask Police

    Legislators have emphasised the need for the Uganda Police Force to ensure that security prevails during the 2021 general elections. The MPs said that recent arrests of opposition politicians are a...
  • ‘Relations with Rwanda top priority’

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has topped the list of its 2019 scorecard with efforts to normalise relations with neighbour Rwanda, which had placed the region on tension in the past year. Hon Henry...
  • Kadaga lauds Japan Ambassador

    The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, has applauded the Ambassador of Japan to Uganda, H.E Kazuaki Kamenda for his exceptional efforts in supporting development in the country. Kadaga said that...
  • Public to take part in legislative process through mobile App

    Parliament of Uganda is set to diversify the use of technology in an effort to enhance public participation in plenary and committee proceedings, and other activities of the House. This follows...
  • Uganda to host Commonwealth Speakers Meet in 2024

    Uganda is set to host Speakers and Presiding Officers Conference of the Commonwealth (CSPOC) in 2024. Uganda was selected to host the conference at the ongoing CSPOC in Ottawa, Canada running from 06...
  • Appointments Committee vets new Ministers

    The Appointments Committee of Parliament has vetted the nine new ministers nominated by the President during a Cabinet reshuffle in December 2019. The Constitution provides that Cabinet and other or...
  • Kadaga commends MPs on 2019 performance

    Parliament of Uganda had a good year in 2019 with the major highlight being the successful hosting of the 64th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference (CPC).According to Speaker Rebecca Kadaga, the...
  • Parliament saves Ghetto Kids from eviction with shs100 million

    The talented Ghetto Kids who were on the verge of losing their house have reason to smile. Members of Parliament heeded to the Speaker’s request to raise shs100 million for the young performers to...
  • MPs criticise Tumwine for public rebuke of Angina

    A section of MPs are dismayed by what they have described as public humiliation of the Deputy Head of Operation Wealth Creation, Lt Gen Charles Angina by Security Minister, Gen Elly Tumwine. On...

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