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AG Appeals Against UGX 13B Award Of Costs in Oil Case special oil debate

The Attorney General Peter Nyombi has appealed against the recent taxation award of 12.9 billion shillings to city lawyer, Severino Twinobusingye. Recently, Constitutional Court registrar, Erias Kisawuzi, awarded 12.9 billion shillings to Twinobusingye, a supporter of Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi, as legal costs. The award has since caused a lot of public outcry.
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MPs Protest UGX 12.9B Awarded To Lawyer Twinobusingye special oil debate 1

Parliament has protested the awarding of 12.9 billion shillings by the Constitutional Court to Severino Twinobusingye, a lawyer who sued government seeking to block investigations into oil bribery allegations.
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MPs Call for Clear Roles of Oil Institutions oil agreements

Members of Parliament on the natural resources committee say there is need to clearly spell out the various roles and powers of the various oil institutions being established.
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Govt on the Spot over Delayed Devt Plan for Oil Region special oil debate 3

Government is again being criticized for the delay in drawing a development plan for areas slated for commercial oil production.
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Court Throws Out Parliamentary Commission Oil Case oil debate

The Parliamentary Commission had filed an application against a Kampala-based lawyer, Severino Twinobusingye and the Attorney General seeking to be permitted to go to the highest court which would determine whether Parliament is a mere agency of government bound by the advice of the Attorney General.
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Kanungu Voter Wants UGX 23B As Court Costs special oil debate

Severino Twinobusingye, a voter from Kanungu district who won a case against the Attorney General on behalf of 3 cabinet ministers, wants to be paid over 23.6 billion shillings as costs spent while prosecuting this case.
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Museveni To NRM Caucus: Stay Off Oil Matters new oil agreements

In a party caucus meeting at State House Entebbe on Monday evening, President Museveni read out contents of a letter reportedly written to the House of Commons asking the UK government blacklist Tullow Oil Uganda and block the oil company from executing the production agreements it signed with the Uganda Government.
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MPs Want Museveni Speech Removed From Parliament's Records special oil debate 1

Some Members of Parliament are calling for President Yoweri Museveni’s speech on oil and gas sector to be expunged from the records of parliament days after he delivered it to a special sitting of the house.
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Opposition Boycott Museveni Address to Parliament special oil debate

Opposition Members of Parliament on Friday boycotted President Yoweri Museveni’s special address on oil calling it a violation of the principle of separation of powers.
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MPs Disappointed With New Oil Agreements special oil debate 1

Legislators say they are disappointed with government’s decision to sign two new agreements with Tullow Oil Uganda. Government on Friday morning signed two Production Sharing Agreements—PSA with Tullow Oil Uganda Limited regarding the development of petroleum resources discovered in exploration areas 1, 2 and 3A.
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Gov't Signs New Oil Agreements With Tullow special oil debate

Government and Tullow Oil have finally signed a new production sharing agreement licensing two oil fields for oil exploration. The conclusion of the agreement means that Tullow Oil can now sell off part of its stake to France’s Total and China’s CNOOC in what is technically known as farm down process.
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AG, Parliament Disagree On Oil Petition Before Constitutional Court special oil debate

The Attorney General Peter Nyombi has defended a petition filed by Severino Twinobusingye, a voter from Kinkizi West in Kanungu district, challenging the parliamentary resolution calling on three government ministers to step aside.
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Kayihura: Oil Bribery Investigations Incomplete special oil debate

The ad hoc committee on oil on Thursday heard that police still has pending issues to investigate in respect to the oil bribery allegations leveled against three cabinet ministers.
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Mbabazi Insists He Is Clean special oil debate

Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi insists he is still a clean man, even amidst several calls for the man once called Mr. Clean, to step aside, over allegations that he benefited from corruption in the oil sector.
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Ad hoc Committee on oil begins Work Next Week special oil debate

The parliamentary committee on oil will on Tuesday next week start public hearing of the alleged bribery of three cabinet ministers.
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