With 62 civil servants interviewed from national level and across five districts, the study conducted between December 2018 to March 2019 indicate that majority of public servants (both elected and appointed) have limited knowledge of the law.
According to Okin PP Ojara, although parliament allocates funds according to work plans presented by the respective ministries detailing how it will be spent, Atwine and Ssegawa disbursed money ignoring the purpose for, which it was provided.
Kadaga said Ugandans need to know whether there is really a multiparty system and whether it is being practiced since parties are registered and funded but are not allowed to meet, organize and do anything else.
In her statement to parliament, Amongi says the president advised that tabling the report be deferred to offer him time to handle the matter to its logical conclusion with the two communities to avoid possible escalation of the issues at hand.
This will be in addition to the initial budget of 130 billion Shillings that was set aside for the operations of the 15 cities that were approved by Cabinet in May 2019, to be operationalized in a phased manner, over the next five years.
Kateregga told MPs that the student's strike at Makerere University that started on October 22 is not yet over and that it will continue until the policy is recalled and reviewed. He explained that private students want the policy implemented for only those who joined in the August 2019 intake because the 15 percent tuition increment was factored in during the processing and appropriation of the 2019/2020 financial year budget of the university.