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“The Pan African Parliament (PAP) has with utmost concern noted the ongoing xenophobia in South Africa resulting in killings, maiming of people and destruction of their property. South Africa, natives’ are attacking foreign African nationals, their businesses and property, which is likely to reverse all gains and freedoms enjoyed by the Africans. The Ugandan delegation condemns these attacks and calls on the government of South Africa to do everything within their means to end the violence and guarantee the safety […]
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Uganda last hosted the Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference (CPC) in 1967. 52 years later, it’s privileged to host the same event again, organised by the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA). Originally the CPC comprised of Australia, Canada, Newfoundland, New Zealand, South Africa, and the United Kingdom. However, in 1948, CPC changed its name, a move that saw the coming on board of most Commonwealth countries.  The CPC, as a matter of principle is headed by Queen Elizabeth II as the Head of […]
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“There is an advisory opinion by the Attorney General to parliament against summoning officers under direct command.” This was a statement by General Elly Tumwine the Minister for Security while re-appearing before the Parliamentary Committee on Human Rights which is currently looking into the allegations of torture in safe houses in Uganda. The minister Minister was responding to a question from Hon. Jenifer Nantume Egunyu on why the head of Special Forces Command (SFC), Major General James Birungi and the […]
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This week in Parliament: 3rd September – 5th September 2019

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Plenary this week was presided over by the Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Rt. Hon. Jacob Oulanyah. He reiterated to the members that the statements made on the floor of Parliament are broadcasted and monitored, and therefore, should be based on facts. He said this in reference to the issue that was raised by Hon. Akamba Paul alleging that Hon. Jeje Odong had abused his Office which he said was not true. It was in the sitting of 3rd September when […]
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Micro-finance Body Investigates Bayport and Platinum Credit

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Uganda Microfinance Regulatory Authority (UMRA) launched an investigation into Bayport Financial Services and Platinum Credit (U) Ltd, a countrywide money lending business after Hon. Akello Judith Franca (Woman MP; Agago District) raised an allegation that the company was defrauding civil servants in her district. In a statement to Parliament, State Minister of Finance Hon. David Bahati informed the house of some of the findings of the investigation by UMRA who are the licencing and supervising authorities of Payroll Lenders. UMRA […]
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The State of Safe Houses in Uganda

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“There is nothing which is open to everyone, there are limitations to everything even in your house; and there are areas which some people don’t reach. There are areas which for security reasons, this committee is not allowed to visit.” This was a statement by General Elly Tumwine the Security Minister while appearing before the Parliamentary Committee of Human Rights. The Minister had been invited to update the committee on the state of Safe houses in Uganda. This follows a […]
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Parliamentary Committee on Budget halts the Appropriation Bill 2019

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On the morning of 27th August 2019, the State Minister for Finan... More »

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Weekly Parliament Human Rights Tracker

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The Parliament Human Rights Tracker curates key human rights issues and discussions that ha... More »

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The Landlord and Tenant Bill: what works, what was missed

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When Parliament passed the Landlord and Tenants Bill, 2018, I was reminded o... More »

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The missing seal of the Departed Asians Property Custodian Board (DAPCB)

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“The Government of Uganda does not owe the former Departed ... More »

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Finance Committee meets stakeholders on the PPDA Amendment Bill

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On August 21st 2019, a team from the Public Procurement and Disposal... More »

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This week in Parliament 19th – 23rd August

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Chair: Rt. Hon. Rebecca Kadaga The Speaker also informed the House of testimonies of some v... More »

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