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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 Sep 23
Speaker urged Tourism Ministry to support cultural events in the spirit of conserving traditional cultures.
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Parliament of Uganda Sep 23
Speaker officiated at the Uganda International Tourism Fair held today at the Uganda Museum. She pledged to task the Parliamentary Committee on Equal Opportunities to fight for marginalised tribes/groups in order to uplift their status in the society.
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Parliament of Uganda Sep 21
Speaker has learnt that the South Sudan govt plans take a way the market constructed by Ugandan traders. She asked the South Sudan Speaker Rt Hon. Anthony Lino Makana to intervene and help Ugandan traders.
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Parliament of Uganda Sep 21
applauded Ugandan traders in South Sudan for constructing a market without external financial support. She plans to visit the market today afternoon.
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Parliament of Uganda Sep 21
Speaker meets leaders of Ugandan Traders in Juba under their umbrella association, "Famms Kwagalana Traders Association South Sudan". They operate the biggest market in Juba, covering at least 17 Acres.
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Parliament of Uganda Sep 20
The Speaker of the Parliament was yesterday received by the Speaker of South Sudan Rt.Hon Anthony Lino Makana (R) at Juba Airport. Kadaga is attending the 12th meeting of EAC speakers in Juba.
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Parliament of Uganda Sep 20
Replying to @LotuaJ @RebeccaKadaga
You will be informed as soon as it is up and running
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Parliament of Uganda Sep 20
. : In the UK, before they bring a law, they start with public consultation. Here, we pass the law and just throw it to the public. We need to involve the public from the start.
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Parliament of Uganda Sep 20
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Parliament of Uganda Sep 20
. : We need to involve the public in the work we do. We have developed an APP to track the work of committees. After first reading of a Bill, the public will be able to comment.
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Parliament of Uganda Sep 20
The Speaker is at for the 2nd Annual Legislature Sector Review. It is being held under the theme, 'Legislating for sustainable development'.
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Jacob Oulanyah Sep 19
The concept of Ubuntu is explained simply that “I am because you are” And until we all understand and practice the spirit of Ubuntu, we will not achieve much. Nobody wins until we all do!
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Parliament of Uganda Sep 19
The Speaker adjourns the House sine die(to a date to be named) following failure by government to present a statement on the mistreatment of the fishermen.
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Parliament of Uganda Sep 19
Hon Okot Ogong: There seems to be a cold war between executive and Parliament. The Speaker's orders are not followed. You letters are not responded to. Madam Speaker, you orders shouldn't fall in vain. Let the Minister make a statement.
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Parliament of Uganda Sep 19
Hon Paul Mwiru: The minister knows that what is going on the waters will not stop because the commanders say they only speak to the President. What this House can do is, direct that, the Fisheries Department takes over according to the Fisheries Act.
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Parliament of Uganda Sep 19
Members of Parliament dissatisfied with the Hon Bright Rwamirama's plea that he presents a statement on the alleged torture of fishermen by the UPDF. MPs demand that a committee investigates the matter.
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Parliament of Uganda Sep 19
Replying to @pwatchug
Hon Julius Ocen
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EALA Sep 19
13th meeting of the Clerks of National Legislatures and the East African Legislative Assembly happening now in Juba.
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Parliament of Uganda Sep 19
Hon Henry Kibalya moves that Parliament constitutes a committee to investigate the conduct of the UPDF on the water bodies.
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Parliament of Uganda Sep 19
Hon Jesca Ababiku says that a directive be issued to the UPDF to stop any operations on the lakes in relation to the fisheries sector.
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