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14:06
14:06

COVID-19 Helped Parliament Perform Better - Oulanyah 4 1 Top story

Jacob Oulanyah says quorum is no longer a nightmare to him after the rules of parliament were amended to reduce the number of MPS required to vote on a bill or a motion. He says since the COVID19 outbreak, Parliament has been able to debate and pass very many laws.
16:12
16:12

Kadaga Accuses Rugunda, Ministers Of Crippling Parliament Business nssf bill 1 1

Kadaga who was today making her communication to the house said that on numerous occasions, Parliament has failed to conduct business in the house simply because the Leader of Government Business and Ministers are absent.
22:37
22:37

NHIS: People to Pay Out of Pocket for Some Health Services Ministry of Health 1

Ronald Baggaga, the Legal Counsel to the parliamentary health committee, says discussions of the bill that establishes the scheme that is being touted as a solution to Uganda’s healthcare system that is riddled with high out of pocket expenditure and bribery are complete.
16:14
16:14

MPs Advise Education Ministry to Cancel Academic Year 4 1 Top story

According to MPs, it is not feasible to re-open schools for the continuation of the academic year amidst the burden of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) that were put in place to tame the virus.
21:04
21:04

President Museveni Advises Taxi Drivers to Form Apex Body Ministry of Kampala 1 4

According to State Minister for Kampala Benny Namugwanya, the president is concerned that the numerous splinter groups and associations of Taxi drivers and operators are threatening the efficient management and development of the transport industry. Namugwanya was speaking during a meeting with the speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga on Friday.
07:33
07:33

Activists Want Patient Rights Law Expedited SAMASHA Uganda

Robinah Kaitiritimba, the Executive Director Uganda National Health Consumers’ Organisation says that this would be a good time to pass the bill considering that the country is discussing key solutions for health like the national health insurance, parliament is still failing to work on it even as it was reintroduced in parliament early this year.
11:43
11:43

Plenary Session Called off Over Workshop national issues 1

Parliamentary sitting has been postponed due to Parliament’s Savings and Credit Cooperative Organizations (SACCO) training workshop.
08:01
08:01

South Sudan Speaker Apologizes Over Delayed Payment of Ugandan Traders 2 1

Makana issued the apology while hosting a select committee of Ugandans legislators on South Sudan led by Ann Maria Nankabirwa, the Kyankwanzi Woman MP on Tuesday. The Committee is scrutinizing the payment of Shillings 41 billion (US$10m) to 10 companies, which supplied goods and services to South Sudan before the country went to war.
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