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17:18
17:18

Church Leaders Oppose New marriage and Divorce Law

Church leaders are asking Parliament not to rush into enacting the Marriage and Divorce Bill 2009 into law. The leaders, under Uganda Joint Christian Council, warn that enacting the law in its current form would grossly undermine the family institution in Uganda. The bill being considered by Parliamentary Legal Affairs Committee, is one of the few that the current parliament is determined to enact before end of its term in May.
18:20
18:20

RDC's Academic Credentials Come Under Scrutiny

A list indicating the academic qualification of each Resident District Commissioners (RDC) is raising serious questions in parliament. some RDC are do not have the qualifications they say they have.
15:33
15:33

DPP Seeks Ush 2.6 billion to Conduct CHOGM Investigations richard buteera

Directorate of Public Prosecution seeks shillings 2.6 billion to conduct investigations and prosecute officials implicated in NAADS, Gavi Fund and CHOGM cash scandals.
08:09
08:09

77 MPs Risk Losing pension over Constituency Development Fund Accountability

77 MPs removed from parliament by a court ruling now stand to lose their pension if they fail to account for Constituency Development Fund. Parliament has also asked them to return all the salary and allowances received during thier illegal stay at parliament since November last year.
06:42
06:42

MPs Under Fire Over Constituency Development Fund

Parliament threatens not to release salaries of MPs who have failed to account for Constituency development Funds. Each MP receives 10 million shillings everyb yaer for developing the constituency.
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18:17

Swearing in Budget Swells to Ushs4 billion beatrice wabudeya 2

The inaguration budget figure goes upto 3.8 billion shillings. Minister for Presidency, Beatrice Wabudeya states that there will be a deficit of 800 million shillings given that the Ministry of Finance can only provide 3 billion shillings.
05:58
05:58

Chogm Debate Stirs Rifts in Parliament henry banyenzaki

Chogm debate splits parliament as the opposition Mps decide to stay away from the ongoing debate to exonorate Chogm ministers.
20:05
20:05

Public Service Officials Grilled Over Pensions Arrears pension sector

This is a story of the ministry of public service demanding for a supplementary budget to pay off pensions arrears.
06:31
06:31

Government Justifies oil deals management hillary onek

Government explains that the recent sale of tullow assets will avoid monopoly in the oil and gas sector.But legislator ask for more transparency in the indusrty to avert showdy deals.
17:02
17:02

MPs question Tullow's hurried sale of oil stake to Total, CNOOC henry banyenzaki

MPS demand for explanation in the sale of Tullow oil assets. Tullow oil on Tuesday sold off part of its assets worth 2.9billion dollars to total and CNOOC.
10:07
10:07

Lack of Quorum Hampers Parliamentary Work 1

lack of quorum continues to hampaer business transaction at committee level in parliament.less than one week after parliament reopened for the last leg some MPs stay away from house business, recovering from the elections.
20:11
20:11

MPs Attack Cabinet for Dodging Parliament Question Time

Parliamentary question time is highly cherished under the Commonwealth Parliamentary system. Ugandan MPs say its value is undermined because cabinet ministers consistently fail to provide answers to questions raised.
20:52
20:52

Voters Swayed by Bribes, not Issues - Bukedea MP nandala mafabi

A defeated Member of Parliament says he feels betrayed by his constituents who he says seemed to have abandoned issues in favor of inducements. Charles Oduman the Bukedea MP says there is a disconnect between MPs\' perceptions and voters\' needs.
07:58
07:58

Parliament Split over Libyan Sanctions emmanuel dombo

Parliament on Thursday debated the on going bombings in Libya. The House was split between those for the UN-led air strikes and those defending Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi\'s right to protect his government.
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19:35

Former Nakasongola MP Fights for his Seat in the 8th Parliament edward sekandi

Speaker of Parlaiment,Edward Ssekandi, is asked to review a decision that led to the removal of 78 MPs from the House. The former Nakasongola MP Peter Nyombi says the Speaker\'s decision was misguided and illegal.
19:43
19:43

Domestic Relations Bill to be passed soon, says Sekandi 1

Women MPs are pushing for the debate on the Domestic Relations Bill after it has been on the shelves for years. The bill was split into two to cater for Christian marriages. Muslims will have theirs fomulated.
19:30
19:30

Parliament passes the Insurance Amendment bill 1

Isurance Amendment bill seeks to enhance corporate governance and develop the insurance sector.it also delinks the Insurance Commission from supervision by the Bank of Uganda and brings it under Minister responsible for finance.
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11:04

Counterfeit Goods Traders to Face 20 Years in Jail access to medicine 1

Government tabled before Parliament the Anti-Countefeits Bill 201o. The Bill prescribes a 20-year jail term for traders trafficking in counterfeits goods.
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