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Corona Virus: Parents Backtrack on Demand to Evacuate Students from China Ministry of Health 3 1 Top story

Parents whose children are stuck in China following the Corona virus outbreak have backtracked on their initial demands to have the students brought back amidst the crisis.
16:48
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Electoral Reforms Suggested by Opposition Are Costly - Bahati elections 2021 3 1

Bahati was making reference to proposals by Niwagaba, the shadow Attorney General, to amend several clauses of the constitution in a way that would shake up the current state structure. He, for instance, wants the size of cabinet reduced to 21 Ministers and 21 State ministers, who, however, should not be chosen from among elected Members of Parliament. The current Cabinet has 32 cabinet Ministers and 48 Ministers of Stat
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Energy Ministry Given Ultimatum to Resettle Mubende Miners artisanal miners 2 1

The Natural resources committee of Parliament has given the Ministry of Energy and Mineral development up to 10th March to resettle Mubende artisanal miners.
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Renowned Activists Denied Access to Parliament pig demonstration 2 1

Some of the activists who were reportedly banned from Parliament include Moses Bigirwa, Norman Tumuhimbise, Muhammad Ssegirinya and Allan Kitonsa.
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MPs Question BoU Operations without Deputy Governor bank of uganda 1 1 Top story

The Microfinance State Minister, Haruna Kasolo Kyeyune told Parliament that he has alerted the president on the matter and will respond soon. He also allayed the fears of the legislators, saying all is moving on well in the Central Bank.
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Law Graduates from Rwanda Petition Kadaga over Failure to Practice Law in Uganda Parliament 3 1

Rwanda’s legal practice is premised on the civil law widely used in the Francophone countries, while Uganda practices common law, under the common wealth system. In common law forinstance, one is innocent until proven guilty, while in civil law, one is guilty unless proven innocent.
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MPs Want Glass Screen, Live TV for Strangers in Parliament red top brigade 6 1

Nwoya County MP Simon Oyet says Parliament should borrow from courtrooms that have glass screens to protect witnesses from anyone who would wish to attack them. He observes a need to have a live TV link to allow strangers to watch parliamentary proceeding on a screen from a space where they can also be monitored by MPs.
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Discontent Brews Over Withdrawn Tumwiine Censure Motion torture 2 1

Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, the Kyadondo East MP also known as Bobi Wine who was also at the centre of the Human rights committee investigations and was blocked together with the committee also did not sign the motion as he was not around the country.
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Speaker Kadaga Assures MPs of Guaranteed Security red top brigade 1 3

The Speaker of Parliament has assured Members of Parliament that their security is guaranteed even after two men attacked Parliament on Wednesday afternoon.
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Parliament Rejects Proposal to Move all Public Holidays to Weekdays 2 1

Parliament on Thursday voted against a proposal to have all Public holidays that fall on weekends moved to weekends to give Ugandans enough time and true public holiday meaning.
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Museveni Summons Speaker Kadaga President Museveni 1 1

In her opening remarks to plenary, Kadaga actually acknowledged meeting the President but didn’t divulge what they had discussed. She instead complained about the traffic congestion on Entebbe road, saying there is need to establish bus services.
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Heightened Security at Parliament After Attack UGanda Police Force 1

Military men have been deployed at the two gates of parliament to beef security. Visitors accessing parliament at the main gate and eastern gates opposite the National Theater are being screened thoroughly before they are allowed in or turned away.
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Parliament Attackers Face Criminal Trespass, Malicious Damage Charges 1 Top story

A source in the office of Criminal investigation Department of police at Parliament Police, says they looking for appropriate sections in Parliament’s Powers and privileges Act to prosecute the duo. He however, says the charges are not yet definite as the Directorate of Public Prosecution (DPP) will come out with the final charges.
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Censure Motion Against Gen. Tumwine Collapses Gen Elly Tumwine 4 1

MPs have withdrawn the censure motion against General Elly Tumwine after they failed to garner adequate signatures to propel to motion.
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Kadaga to Attackers: We will Deal with You Severely Parliament 1 1 Top story

Kadaga says it is an offense for any person to create disturbance, which interrupts parliamentary proceedings. She called on whoever wants to demonstrate against Parliament to use other means other than try to invade on the space of MPs.
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Red Top Men Attack MPs in Parliament 1 1 Top story

Parliament was at 4;00pm attacked by two men who jumped from the strangers gallery to the floor of the house attacking Members of Parliament.
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Isimba Dam Investigations: Kasaija Snubs Committee Meeting for Second Time Ministry of Energy 1 Top story

The Committee is investigating circumstances under, which Shillings 24 billion for the Isimba dam bridge reportedly went missing. The committee had specifically invited Bahati but he sent in representatives promising to follow them later.
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Isimba Dam Bridge Construction was Altered for Security Reasons - Govt 24bn Isimba Money 1 1

The government and the Isimba Dam contractor have said the plans for the Isimba Dam bridge was altered from on top of the dam for security reasons.
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I will Deal with Questionable Court Awards - Kafuuzi Judiciary 1 1

The new Deputy Attorney General Jackson Kafuuzi has said his first role in the Attorney General’s Office will be to deal with questionable court awards that are currently draining the judiciary.
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Opposition MPs Accused of Dodging Tumwine Censure Petition torture 5 1

A section of Members of Parliament have faulted the Human rights committee of Parliament and the Opposition for evading the censure Process against Security Minister Elly Tumwine.
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