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17:01
17:01

Constitutional Court Sets Date to Hear Petition Challenging Anti Homosexuality Law 1

Kiryabwire said if there are still outstanding issues like those that haven't be done ,should be concluded today and parties be ready to hear Ssempa and Langa's respective applications on Wednesday.
10:28
10:28

Archbishop Ntagali Condemns Passage of Same Sex Marriage Law in USA gay ugandans 1

The decision of the Supreme Court of the United States of America to change the definition of marriage is grievous. There is a saying, When America sneezes, the rest of the world catches a cold. As a religious leader in Uganda, I want to assure all Ugandans that we will do everything we can to promote the good moral health of our people and resist such immoral viruses that may try to infiltrate our people.
13:46
13:46

Govt Appeals against Annulment of Anti-Gay Law anti gay bill

“Take notice that the Attorney General, the respondent here in, being dissatisfied with the whole judgment and orders of justices; Steven Kavuma, Augustine Nshimye, Rubby Aweri Opio, Eldad Mwangutsya and Solomy Balungi Bossa given at Kampala on August 1 2014, intends to appeal to the Supreme Court against the whole judgment and orders of the Constitutional Court,” read the AG’s notice of appeal in part.
07:25
07:25

165 MPs Sign Document Urging Return of Anti-Gay Law 4 2 Top story

The number of MPs who have appended signatures for the return of the Anti-Homosexuality law has now reached 165 surpassing the required number of members to raise quorum of 125 members.
17:38
17:38

Gay Rights Petition Starts in Constitutional Court attorney general 1

The attorney general represented in court by the Principal State Attorney Patricia Mutesi sought to halt the hearing of the petition that started this morning citing that the office needed more time to consult with government agencies that are affected by the act before they can argue the case.
10:06
10:06

Government Ready to Dialogue with Donors on Contentious Issues- Mbabazi 1

Speaking at the joint celebrations to mark the National days of Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Iceland, Mbabazi said Uganda remains cognizant of the fact that enjoyment of one’s freedoms should not be at the expense and detriment of others.
11:33
11:33

Mbabazi: Government Discussions with Development Partners on Aid Cuts Positive budget 2 1 Top story

Mbabazi told the House that talks with donors had been so cordial that he did not expect them reduce their support for Uganda\'s development projects.
07:20
07:20

Bribery and Homosexuality Allegations Mar ULS Elections as Sebatindira is Returned 4 2 Top story

On Thursday March 20th, a group of lawyers under the Uganda Christian Lawyers Fraternity led by Edward Ssekabanja and Frank Anduho sent out e-mails to delegates warning them against voting for Opio.
09:02
09:02

Anti-Gay Law Fallout: World Bank Delays Shs223bn Loan to Uganda world bank funding 1 Top story

Jim Yong Kim, the President of The World Bank Group, in an editorial written today morning in the Washington Post said that “Institutionalized discrimination is bad for people and for societies. Widespread discrimination is also bad for economies.” Adding that, “there is clear evidence that when societies enact laws that prevent productive people from fully participating in the workforce, economies suffer.”
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