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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 3h
Consideration of the sugar bill has been deferred and House adjourned to Wednesday, 21 Nov. 2018 at 2pm.
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: What is the mischief you are trying to cure by stopping people from operating jaggeries?
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The House now moves to a clause on licensing of sugar mills. The committee is proposing an offence for a person who operates a mill without a licence. However, MPs are opposed to the penalty of imprisonment and suggest fine not exceeding 500 currency points
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The House continues to consider the Sugar Bill,2016 clause by clause at committee stage. The debate is now on the tenure of the Uganda Sugar Board.
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Parliament of Uganda 6h
The House is now processing the Sugar Bill clause by clause at Committee Stage.
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Hon Werikhe: We have developed a formula which safeguards the farmers. The price of cane should not go below a certain level. This is all aimed at protecting the farmers. We also need cooperatives in the sugar industry.
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Parliament of Uganda 6h
Next on the Order Paper is consideration of the Sugar Bill, 2016. The State Minister for Hon Michael Werikhe is responding to the issues raised in the debate last week.
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Hon : I dont understand the way UPDF is taking over the role of Police to ensure law and order. He says he has not yet understood why UPDF encroached his home bringing unrest to members of his household.
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condemns the conduct of Uganda Police officials for blocking opposition members from holding gatherings within their constituencies even when the Police has been notified beforehand.
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Kania says the security situation in Lira and Kole has been contained,.He condemns UNITY F.M in Lira district which continuously spread messages inciting violence. Kania says the two suspects related to Okello's death have been arrested.
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Minister of State for Internal Affairs, Kania Obiga makes a statement on the state of security in Kole and Lira districts involving the death of 11 year old Dickens Okello that sparked off attacks towards the Indian Community.
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Parliament of Uganda 6h
D'ujanga: The interplay of crude prices and refinery premiums as well as the exchange rate are major causes of the rise in pump prices since the rest of the parameters like taxes, transport and handling costs have been constant.
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Parliament of Uganda 6h
D'ujanga: The US Dollar exchange rate against the Ugandan shilling has been rising for the last three months. This greatly negates the realization of would-be benefits of a reduction in international prices at the local pump in Uganda.
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Parliament of Uganda 6h
D'ujanga:Uganda Being landlocked &a net importer of Refined Petroleum Products, pump prices are a function of international prices of crude, refinery gate prices for products and the United States Dollar exchange rate against the Ugandan Shilling plus logistical costs
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Parliament of Uganda 7h
D'ujanga: Uganda's consumption of petroleum products has grown by 9,6% within the last two years. The country now consumes a monthly average of 174 million liters of fuel compared to last year's 168 million liters.
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State Minister for Energy, Simon D'ujanga responds to a question raised by Hon Jackson Kafuuzi (Kyaka South County) on the escalating fuel prices.
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Minister Mutuuzo to provide Parliament a list of licensed labour export companies in tomorrow's sitting.
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Parliament of Uganda 7h
Hon Catherine says there are illegal labour export companies in operation that havent been apprehended. Speaker asks Minister Mutuuzo to furnish Parliament with steps govt has taken to apprehend traffickers.
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Mutuuzo says govt has licenced Labour agencies for labour export. She adds that there is need to fight unemployment in the country in order to limit labour export.
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Minister of State for Gender, Peace Mutuuzo responds to a question raised by Hon. Catherine Ndamira (Kabale) on the rampant cases of human trafficking and the need to stem them.
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