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18:24
18:24

UMSC Faults MPs for Ignoring Muslims Views on Succession Bill Parliament 1 3

The Second Deputy Mufti of Uganda Ali Waiswa noted that it is unfortunate that their position as Muslims in Uganda has been ignored.
19:22
19:22

Kadaga Reveals how Gov’t Tried to Kill and Replace Sexual Offenses Bill 10th parliament 1 2

The Speaker of Parliament has commended Uganda Women Parliamentary Association (UWOPA) for braving the executive and moving with the gender-related bills that have been passed.
19:11
19:11

Parliament Passes Succession Law; Here is How Estates will be Shared succession bill 2 1 Top story

According to the breakdown, of the deceased or testators wealth, the surviving spouse or spouses will take 20 per cent, the dependant relatives take 4 per cent, the linear descendants or biological and adopted children take 75 per cent while the customary heir will take 1 per cent. The repealed act provided for only 15 per cent for the spouse.
18:15
18:15

UWOPA to Review Gender-Related Bills succession bill 1 1

UWOPA says following the delays in accepting the bills, more discussions and reviews of the bills are needed if they are to passed into law
15:10
15:10

Parliament to Prioritise Bills Protecting Women's Right uwopa 1 1

Monica Amoding, the Kumi Woman MP and the Chairperson Uganda Womens Parliamentary Association-UWOPA welcomed the move, saying some of the bills are long overdue despite being instrumental.
12:19
12:19

Widows Cry Out as Succession Laws Hang in Balance succession bill 3

Proposed amendments to the Succession Act were tabled before Parliament in 2011, to address a lacuna created by a 2007 Constitutional Court ruling that declared a number of sections of the Succession Act null and void.
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