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The Parliament of Uganda derives its mandate and functions from the 1995 Constitution, the Laws of Uganda and its own Rules of Procedure.
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Parliament of Uganda 8h
The Serbian Speaker HE Maja Gojkovic has concluded her visit to Parliament. She was seen off by her host Speaker,
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Parliament of Uganda 8h
Speaker and HE Gojkovic exchange gifts after their meeting at Parliament.
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Parliament of Uganda 8h
The two speakers after their bilateral talks have signed a memorandum of understanding for the cooperation between the parliaments of Uganda and Serbia.
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says that Uganda can learn from Serbia which has been having a conflict for over seven years but continues to pursue a development agenda.
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Parliament of Uganda 8h
Replying to @JacobOulanyah
spoke to students at Gulu School of Nursing and Midwifery, where he said those who decline to register as voters will have denied themselves the moral authority to criticize elected leaders
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Parliament of Uganda 8h
Deputy Speaker Jacob Oulanyah asks youth to register as voters so that their decisions can have impact on the country's governance. Oulanyah said the country demands from the young people a kind of participation that builds rather than destroy
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Parliament of Uganda 8h
says the collaboration between Uganda and Serbia is already bearing fruit due to the fact that there are already exports to Serbia. She calls on Serbia to support with support in value addition on the fruits being exported to Serbia.
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Parliament of Uganda 9h
The Speaker says the visit of the Serbian Speaker will go a long way in establishing a working relationship with the Serbian National Assembly. "In preparation for your visits, we formed the Ugandan-Serbian Friendship group in Parliament"
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Parliament of Uganda 9h
The Speaker has received the Speaker of the Serbian National Assembly HE Maja Gokjovic. Gokjovic will hold bilateral talks with her Ugandan counterpart on areas of cooperation between the two Parliaments.
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Parliament of Uganda 23h
Replying to @kapishorg
The report is available on the Parliament website under the catergory, "Today's plenary". Alternatively, share you email and it will be sent to you.
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Parliament of Uganda 23h
: The report is lengthy, there are policy issues to consider. Please read the report before we consider it. House adjourned to Tuesday, 26 February 2019 at 2.00pm.
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Parliament of Uganda 23h
Katuntu: A lot has been said about people not wanting to leave office. I can state that i have no intention of holding into office and am ready to hand over on Monday at 10.00 am
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Parliament of Uganda 24h
Replying to @Parliament_Ug
Katuntu: However, in the last month of statutory management, from 01 January 2017 to 24 January 2017, Crane Bank met the required liquidity compliance levels. Therefore the bank’s liquidity position had stabilized.
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Parliament of Uganda 24h
Katuntu: The special audit report of Feb 2019 on the accountability for the shs47.8 billion injected into Crane Bank, the Auditor General observed that Crane Bank liquidity position was significantly below compliance level for the first 2 months of the statutory management period
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Parliament of Uganda 24h
Katuntu: The committee further established that the processes leading to the sale of Crane Bank (in Receivership) commenced during the period of statutory management contrary to section 95 of the FIA, 2004
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Parliament of Uganda 24h
Katuntu: @BOU_Officialstated that when they took Crane Bank into statutory management, it was found to be grossly insolvent. It is not possible to revive a bank with this level of insolvency & restore it to full compliance with capital adequacy & other requirements.
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Parliament of Uganda 24h
Replying to @BOU_Official
Katuntu: During this period, the Statutory Manager did not prepare a plan detailing efforts to return the bank into compliance with prudential standards despite injecting shs478.8 billion to support the operations of Crane Bank
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Parliament of Uganda 24h
Katuntu: The Auditor General in the special audit report observed that Crane Bank was placed under statutory management from 20 October 2016 to 20 January 2017.
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Parliament of Uganda 24h
Replying to @BOU_Official
" has well trained lawyers with masters degrees but they went ahead and outsourced. The Central Bank is one of the best paying institutions with well trained staff but you wonder why it went out" Katuntu
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Parliament of Uganda 24h
Katuntu: It is the committee's observation that the cost of liquidation would have been mitigated had relied on its internal human resource as opposed to outsourcing professional services.
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