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Parliament of Uganda

Bio The Parliament of Uganda derives its mandate and functions from the 1995 Constitution, the Laws of Uganda and its own Rules of Procedure.
Location P.O. Box 7178 Kampala.
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Twitter Web App : Several Members of Parliament are against a proposal in the bill to have the Chief Justice and Deputy receive a monthly allowance equivalent to their basic salaries, for life after retirement. #PlenaryUg

Twitter Web App : #PlenaryUg Debate on the report on the Administration of the Judiciary Bill, 2018 continues.The bill provides for retirement benefits of the Chief Justice & Deputy Justice as prescribed in Article 144 of the Constitution which has not been operationalised by an act of Parliament

Twitter Web App : The object of the Administration of the Judiciary Bill, 2018 is to comprehensively provide for the functioning, institutional operation and administrative independence of the Judiciary, as well as the retirement benefits of judicial officers. #PlenaryUg

Twitter Web App : Hon Ibrahim Ssemujju is concerned about the working conditions in various factories in the country saying that the workers have no contracts and 'if they do, the investors don't bother to adhere to them' #PlenaryUg

Twitter Web App : Hon David Abala had earlier presented a bottle of locusts to the House which prompted the Government Chief Whip to ask the Speaker to direct him to hand them over to the Sergeant at Arms. #PlenaryUg

Twitter Web App : State Minister for Animal Industry, Hon Bright Rwamirama says that the public should not eat the locusts because they have been sprayed.
"If you eat a locust which has been sprayed, then you are eating chemicals" #PlenaryUg

Android : World Bank plans to construct two roads and a modern Market in Kamuli Municipality through USMID project.She noted that once road and market construction is complete, farmers in Busoga region will enjoy a better market for their produce.

Twitter Web App : Nsereko: I call upon members to reject this loan & protect the interest of Ugandans. It kills the regulatory principal. The tax base is narrowing because govt is borrowing from commercial banks & the business community cannot. We are killing our private sector #PlenaryUg

Twitter Web App : Hon Nsereko: The interest rate on this loan is 4.5 per cent meaning Ugandans will fork out shs58 billion per annum in interest and shs28 billion for arrangement fees. We cannot join the negotiators in accepting this loan. #PlenaryUg

Twitter Web App : Syda Bbumba: The committee recommends that Gov't should develop strategies of reducing the cost of public expenditure. In addition,Gov't should halt the creation of new administrative units that increase pressure on the meager resources reducing on the fiscal space #PlenaryUg