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Parliament and You

Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga meeting with persons with Albinism during the Parliament week

There would be no Parliament if there were no people. Put differently, Parliament exists to serve the aspirations of the people. In this special edition of Parliament and You, we pick on just a few of the activities that the 10th Parliament has been involved in with the aim of …

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New machines to energise TB, AIDS fight

US ambassador Deborah R. Malac hands over some of the donated medical equipment to state Minister of health for general duties Sarah Opendi at the ministry of health

United States government continues to expand its support towards the war on HIV and other related infectious diseases. Last week the United States donated nine GeneXpert machines – which can help detect drug resistant version of TB. The move was hailed as a major step towards containing the spread of …

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UGANDAN OIL: Its time for business now

Energy minister Irene Muloni toasts to the launch of the FEED study this week with the executives from the oil sector. Right is Total's GM Adewale Fayemi

Government must certify Ugandan workers now or never  Uganda has entered one of the most important phases of its oil industry; described generally as the development phase. Estimated to last about four years, it will be characterised by heavy construction activities and this will require the supply of goods and …

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Parliament, AG feud deepens

Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga

The recent Constitutional court order that attempted to bar Parliament from debating the controversial oil handshake bonuses to high-ranking civil servants has resurrected an old feud between the legislature and the office of the Attorney General. Trouble came after the Deputy Attorney General Mwesigwa Rukuutana appeared to defend some of …

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