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Kabaka-Museveni Agreement on Land Not Applicable- Minister Mayanja buganda land board 1 1

While speaking to Luwero district leaders at council hall in Luwero town council on Wednesday, Minister Mayanja explained that section D of the Memorandum of Understanding between the President and the Kabaka needed the President to set up a team to implement the terms of the agreement.
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Court Okays Suit Challenging Gov't's Failure to Translate Constitution Martins Kirya 1 Top story

In 2019, Aboneka and Kirya dragged the Attorney General before the High Court for alleged failure to translate the 1995 constitution into the 56 indigenous languages, promote awareness and ensure that all training and military institutions review their curriculums to incorporate and teach the constitution as required.
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Nwoya Approves New Members of District Service Commission Purongo Sub-County

The new team will be chaired by Alexis Billy Ocitti Olum, a retired teacher from Anaka Sub-County representing Persons with Disabilities – PWDs, Vinansio Okidi also a retired secondary school headteacher from Pain-Yai Sub-County and Monica Okot, a veteran journalist.
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Constitutional Review Team Needs UGX 13 Billion to Start Work 1

Kahinda Otafiire, the Minister of Justice and Constitutional Commission while appearing before the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee on Wednesday said that the commission is ready to start work, but are waiting for the Ministry of Finance to release the funds.
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Constitution: 65 Articles Amended in 22 Years 1

At least 65 original Articles of the Uganda Constitution have been amended since it was promulgated 22 years ago. As parliament continues to receive opinions on whether to remove or maintain the presidential age limits in the Constitution, Uganda Radio Network highlights the number of times the Constitution has been amended with far-reaching impact on the politics of the country. Now 22 years after, the Supreme Law of the Land is not the same with 65 of its original Articles already amended, making some legal experts such as Professor Frederick Ssempebwa to call for a total review of the Constitution.
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From The Hansard: How CA Delegates Handled Age Limit Debate 1 Top story

As the debate on the proposed presidential age limit removal continues, Uganda Radio Network traces the issue back to the Constitution making process in 1995, when the Constituent Assembly--CA Delegates handled the issue extensively. From the Parliament Hansard, Uganda Radio Network revisits the CA debate and now brings you the details of who said what.
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Bishop to MPs: Don't Amend Presidential Age Limit ruwenzori diocese 1 Top story

Speaking during the Easter Service this morning at St Johns Cathedral Kabarole, Kisembo said should the MPs accept to be bribed; they will have done a disservice to the people of Uganda.
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UWOPA Demand Investigation into Police Recall of Pregnant Officers parliament 3 1

Uganda Women Parliamentarians (UWOPA) has condemned the recall of four pregnant police officers from Parliament by police citing compromise of security. The Women MPs are now demanding an investigation in to the decision taken by the Head of Parliament Police Directorate the Assistant General of Police Lemmy Twinomugisha recommending this recall.
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Ensure Equity in Allocation of Opportunity to Promotes Unity national unity

Parliament’s Defence and Internal Affairs Committee has recommended greater equity in allocation of opportunity as an anti-dot to marginalization.This is highlighted in its draft report to parliament on the ethnic tensions in the Rwenzori Sub-region.
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