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16:25
16:25

Oulanyah Sets 2021/2022 Budget Timeline 11th Parliament 4

Oulanyah told MPs that the 10th Parliament is mandated to complete the budget process before the 11th Parliament commences on May 20.
10:50
10:50

NRM MPs: We Don't Regret Voting Against Age Limit Removal parliament 1

John Baptist Nambetsye, the Manjia County MP who also said not to the bill, says he acted basing on the voices of his electorate. He says it is unfortunate that the rules of procedure were breached.
07:25
07:25

Age Limit: Nankabirwa Booed at Rwendeire Funeral age limit removal 6 1

Seventy six-year-old Michael Muramira, a resident of Kyantobe Cell in Ihanga parish in Bubaare Sub County, Rubanda District, says there is no way he can support the proposed amendment, adding that those behind the motion are serving their selfish interests.
06:42
06:42

Parliament Constitutes Sectoral Committees 1

The process had stalled over disagreements on the deployment of opposition MP Maxwell Akora to a committee by the Government Chief Whip, Ruth Nankabirwa. Akora, a member of Uganda Peoples Congress-UPC, had been designated as Vice Chairperson of the Committee on ICT.
18:03
18:03

Parliamentary Journalists to Receive Inputs from OWC uppa 4

Isaac Imaka, the president UPPA supports the need for journalists to benefit from every government program, saying journalists are also part of the larger Ugandan community.
17:12
17:12

No Money for Presidential Age Amendment -Nankabirwa ruth nankabirwa 1 1

A number of legislators are reported to be making financial demands in order to market the project to make President Yoweri Museveni eligible to contest for the presidency when his current term ends. The Ugandan constitution limits the age of the president to 75.
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15:31

Gov't Explains Extension of Simcard Verification Deadline ruth nankabirwa 2 1

Uganda Communications Commission had set May 19th as the date for deactivating all unregistered, unverified and un-validated simcards across the country. This came after the expiry of the seven days deadline issued by UCC to telecom companies to verify all simcards.
18:26
18:26

Parliament Demands Prosecution of Police Officers over Torture torture of suspects 5

The Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga observed that that the application of torture contravenes article 24 of the Constitution which outlaws all forms of cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment as a form of punishment. Kadaga noted that the acts depict total disregard of the Prevention and Prohibition of Torture Act by the police force.
18:41
18:41

Museveni Defends Oil Cash Bonanza nrm party caucus 2 1 Top story

According Nankabirwa, following the presidents explanation, NRM legislators decided to support the oil cash bonanza. She however, says the MPs are still concerned about the process followed to award the bonuses to the beneficiaries.
12:16
12:16

Oil Infrastructure, Irrigation Schemes to Top Gov't Priorities recapitalisation 5

David Bahati, the State Minister for Planning also confirmed to URN that oil infrastructure is one of the government priorities in the next financial year.
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17:50

Gov't Moves to Amend Terrorism Act ruth nankabirwa 3

While addressing journalists under Uganda Parliamentary Press Association-UPPA this morning, the Government Chief Whip, Ruth Nankabirwa, said government intends to amend the Anti-terrorism Act to include the definition of terrorism accepted globally.
15:26
15:26

Gov't Whip: Museveni Was Misquoted media laws 1

The Daily Monitor story quoted anonymous sources, saying Museveni was angry about the media coverage of the Kasese killings.
18:37
18:37

Role Of Government Chief Whip Questioned 7 1

During recent debates, some legislators such as Dokolo Woman MP, Cecilia Atim Ogwal questioned the absence of ministers from the House, which forces Nankabirwa to take up their roles.
18:18
18:18

MPs to Gov\'t: Resolve Teacher\'s Strike 1 4 Top story

William Nzonghu, the Busongora County MP tasked the government Chief Whip Ruth Nankabirwa to explain why government had backtracked on it various promises to give the teachers a pay rise.
13:42
13:42

Ugandan Cabinet Plans Separate Tribute Session for Madiba nelson mandela dead 1 Top story

Information and National Guidance Minister Rose Namayanja says they were perturbed and dismayed when they learn\'t that in Cabinet’s absence; Speaker Rebecca Kadaga had decided to have the Nelson Mandela tribute motion tabled and discussed by members of parliament.
10:42
10:42

Government Chief Whip: Let the Law Deal With Kipoi 2 1

Government Chief Whip Justine Kasule Lumumba has noted that the law should take its course in regard to MP Nsubuga Kipoi saying that he did not notify her while leaving the country and that his conduct is questionable.
14:18
14:18

Subcommittee Set up to Resolve Conflicts in NRM cabinet 2

The subcommittee chaired by defence minister Crispus Kiyonga produced a paper which was presented by the government Chief whip Justine Kasule Lumumba at the NRM caucus yesterday.
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15:49

NRM MPs Express Mixed Reactions About Pre-registering to Debate Nation Address yoweri museveni 5 1

Parliament received the State of the Nation Address last month from President Museveni. Yesterday Leader of Opposition Nandala Mafabi gave his response to the address formally on the floor of Parliament. Members of Parliament will begin a debate on the address today.
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