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19:30
19:30

Museveni Cautions Against His Cash Envelopes Donations candidates 2

President Museveni who is criticized for his cash in the envelope donations says such cash giveaways are not the best solution in tackling the people\'s problems in constituencies.
17:32
17:32

Museveni Admits Mistakes Over Bujagali Power Tarrifs. power generation

President, Yoweri Museveni has finally admitted that Bujagali Energy Limited power generation costs are much higher leading to distortion of electricity prices in the country.
12:23
12:23

Industrial Court Faces Further Delay as Unionists Disagree workers 2 2

However, Trade Unions want the law amended to remove a clause requiring that two judges must be available for the court to be fully constituted.
14:28
14:28

Government Denies Requesting Buganda for Buruli, Kooki Land Titles buganda kingdom 5

Nyombi says government will abide by the agreement it signed with Buganda with regard to return of all properties seized by the then Prime Minister Dr. Apollo Milton Obote following the 1966 Buganda crisis. He adds that the government is processing 81 more land titles that it will soon return to Buganda as per the agreement.
10:41
10:41

EALA MPS Get Pay Rise Amidst EAC $10 Million Budget Cuts

Members of East African Community will have a pay rise with effect from this July as the EAC implements a decision to increase their sitting allowances on top of a salary increase they got last November.
12:32
12:32

MPs Last Ditch Attempt to Block Debate on Public Order Management Bill uganda parliament

Members of Parliament have failed to block the consideration of the now controversial Public Order Management Bill.
14:31
14:31

Kadaga: Not All MPs Will Debate Marriage and Divorce Bill rebecca kadaga

The speaker of parliament Rebecca Kadaga has asked the opposition and NRM whips in parliament to agree on which members will contribute the Marriage and Divorce Bill debate.
17:04
17:04

Kadaga Orders Govt On Detained Toroma MP police arrests

The Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has ordered Internal Affair Ministry to urgently present detained Toroma County Legislator Cyrus Amodoi before court.
12:00
12:00

MP Muwanga Kivumbi Faults Government over Public Management Bill. uganda police force 1

They fear that the bill would easily sail through parliament with the restrictive clauses since debate is focused on the marriage and Divorce bill 2009.
17:45
17:45

Auditor General Asks Parliament for More time to submit Audit Reports 1

The Auditor General’s office has since last year been involved in special audits that lead to unearthing the alleged mismanagement of funds in various ministries.
17:52
17:52

Kadaga Sends MPS on Recess over Marriage and Divorce Bill cohabiting rights 4

Parliament has been sent on early Easter holiday recess to enable MPS to also consult on the now controversial marriage and Divorce Bill. The action follows growing demands by political and religious leaders to have more time to consult on the bill.
15:18
15:18

All Not Lost in New Oil Law - ACODE petroleum law 3

The desire for a stronger oil and gas law was not totally lost when parliament endorsed a clause granting tight ministerial control over licensing of oil and gas. Onesmus Mugenyi, the Deputy Executive Director of Advocates Coalition for Development (ACODE), says the civil society still managed to sail through parliament some good clauses that would promote accountability and transparency in the oil sector.
18:33
18:33

Professor Joseph Kakooza Dead uganda at 50 1

Professor Joseph Kakooza, a former High Court judge and founding Dean Faculty of Law at Makerere University, has died after succumbing to cancer of the liver.
19:46
19:46

Parliament Opposes Move to Limit its Role in Budget Process budget act 3

Parliament could be heading for yet another battle with the executive over a new bill to repeal two crucial laws enabling legislators’ involvement in the budgeting process.
10:15
10:15

Nsibambi Calls for Negotiated Settlement over Budget parliament 3

He made these comments while addressing Members of parliament and parliamentary staff shortly after the prayers to mark fifty years of country’s independence.
16:06
16:06

Education Ministry Left Homeless 2

Kamanda Bataringaya, the minister for Higher Education says despite the fact that the prime minister has ordered the ministry to vacate development, he has not told them where to go to.
19:00
19:00

Museveni 5th term debate diversionary say NRM legislators parliament debate 4

The move by some ruling NRM party legislators to begin a campaign for President Museveni to run for a 5th elective term has drawn mixed reactions. It could be be another sign of emerging cliques with in the NRM as its members differ on how to address some of the governance issues in the country.
12:53
12:53

Attorney General appeals to East African Court over Mbidde EALA petition

The attorney general has asked the East African Court of Justice to dismiss a petition filed by the Democratic Party contesting the election of Uganda’s representatives to East African legislative Assembly-EALA.
18:19
18:19

Government handed over oil wells to Middlemen oil probe 2

The Parliamentary addhoc Committee investigating alleged bribery in the oil transactions has heard that government handed oil wells to middlemen for sale leading to loss of money which would have run Uganda’s economy for an entire financial year.
07:42
07:42

Mbabazi Revives Debate for Creation of Second Chamber of Parliament 3

Amama Mbabazi, the prime minister has revived debate for the adoption bicameral parliamentary system allowing for the creation of another chamber of parliament.
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