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15:27
15:27

Opposition Condemns Deployment of Military Officers in Police police brutality 2 1

Ssemuju said that by appointing Army officers to head police directorates, President Museveni is encouraging militarization of the Police, which in turn could be disastrous for the country.
17:25
17:25

Opposition Rejects Administration of Parliament Amendment Bill nrm 3 1

The objective of the Bill is to amend the Administration of Parliament Act to allow for the election of Leader of Opposition following the nomination of at least three contenders by the leading opposition party. It also seeks to amend the method of choosing the party whips, choosing the deputy Leader of Opposition and whips.
18:05
18:05

Parliament Opts for Dialogue to Resolve COSASE Impasse speaker kadaga 1 1

The COSASE standoff started after a suggestion that the current committee, headed by Bugweri County MP Abdul Katuntu should complete the probe into the irregular sale and closure of Commercial banks, before handing over to a new team. The tenure of the current committee expires on January 13, 2019.
20:09
20:09

Hundreds Pray for Bobi Wine in Special Mass dr kizza besigye 6 1

During the mass, the Chancellor for Kampala Archdiocese Father Joseph Ssebunya asked the government to be concerned and take care of the people who have been reported to be in dire need of treatment. He added that the suspects should be set free if the government cannot provide medical services to them.
10:34
10:34

Court Defers Judgement on Pallisa Woman MP Dispute nrm 1

The Electoral Commissioner Lawyer, Hamid Lugoloobi arrived after Justice Sekana had adjourned court. Achola ran to court on June 19th 2018 after Electoral Commission nullified her nomination, saying the names on her nomination papers dont correspond to those on her academic papers.
18:08
18:08

EC Asks Court to Dismiss Achola's Petition nrm 2 1 Top story

In his letter to Achola, the Commission Chairperson, Justice Simon Byabakama Mugenyi, said the candidate did not provide the Electoral Commission with any evidence indicating that there was compliance with the law when she adopted the said names during the national identity card enrollment exercise in 2015.
07:20
07:20

Age Limit: Kayihura Warns of Opposition Plans to Disrupt Power Supply kiiza besigye 1 1

According to Kayihura, he has already directed his officers across the country to be vigilant and called on members of the public to report any suspicious activities in their areas that may threaten peace in the country.
18:10
18:10

NRM "Rebel" MPs to Keep Consultation Cash article 102 b 4 2 Top story

Mathias Mpuuga, the Masaka Municipality Member of Parliament is the latest opposition legislator to return the money. Mpuuga returned the money to the finance office in parliament on Thursday afternoon.
12:11
12:11

Age Limit: NRM, Opposition MPs in Closed-Door Meetings age limit debate

Both opposition and the ruling party legislators are engaged in closed-door meetings ahead of a possible showdown this afternoon over a motion seeking to lift the presidential age limits from the constitution.
15:48
15:48

Speaker Forces MPs to Drop Red Ribbons fdc

Police subjected the MPs to rigorous checks to ensure that none of them accesses the chambers with any materials meant for demonstrating or causing chaos.
17:53
17:53

Age Limit: Mixed Reactions as Debate is Deferred parliament 4

Simeo Nsubuga, the Kassanda County South and Robinah Nabbanja, the Kakumiro Woman MP, say they will embark on a massive mobilization campaign to push for the scrapping of the presidential age limit.
07:09
07:09

Age Limit Debate: Kayihura Warns Public Against Processions parliament

Kayihura says they have recieved information indicating that some people are planning to use the demonstrations to cause violence and mayhem in the city including targeting parliament.
16:14
16:14

Parliament to Debate Age Limit on Thursday nrm 1

Oulanyah says he spoke to the speaker, Rebecca Kadaga on Monday morning on the motion and received a copy of the motion the same day in the evening signed by three legislators.
11:40
11:40

NRM's Brenda Asinde Wins Iganga Bi-Election fdc 1

Asinde polled 43,197 votes to beat her closest challenger Mariam Nantale, from the Forum for Democratic Change FDC party who polled 24,077, in a bi-lection held on Thursday
17:25
17:25

Section of MPs Wants Referendum on Presidential Age nrm 4 1 Top story

Different Members of Parliament have described the matter as highly sensitive adding that Ugandans should be given an opportunity to decide whether to lift or not to lift the presidential age limit. Kasambya County MP Gaffa Mbwatekamwa says that parliament cannot be left to solely determine the path for Uganda.
19:43
19:43

Kyadondo East: Concerns Over Irregular Issuance of Voter Location Slips nrm 3 1

Leonard Mulekwa, the Director Operations Electoral Commission, said it was unfortunate that the voters location slips were mishandled.
07:48
07:48

Activists Sue CAA Over Besigye Entebbe Arrest fdc 2 1

The coalition of young professionals says that the manner in which former presidential candidate Dr Kizza Besigye was handled under the facilitation and aid of CAA violates travel and aviation protocol.
13:01
13:01

Tense Atmosphere at FDC Offices uganda police 1

James Kakoza, a boda boda rider in Najjanankumbi, says although there is heavy police deployment, they are going on with their work normally.
16:26
16:26

Court Upholds Election of Nokrach, Makumbi nrm 4 1

Achan contested for the Northern Uganda PWD MP on the National Resistance Movement party ticket and lost to Nokrach, an independent.
18:06
18:06

Mafabi, Odonga Criticize Muntu Over Shadow Cabinet nrm 1

Odonga Otto says the decision to exclude them from the Shadow cabinet is a show of vengeance against the key supporters of Besigyes loyalists. He wonders why many senior opposition members were left out in favor of newly elected legislators.
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