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LIVE: What the MPs are saying in the Age Limit debate

Kadaga makes a ruling in parliament Monday. PHOTO VIA @parliament_ug

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | After another dramatic morning in which today’s parliament session was briefly suspended over claims soldiers were camped at the Catholic and Anglican prayer places, MPs started contributing to the debate on the Constitution Amendment Bill (No2) of 2017.

When the plenary resumed after Speaker Rebecca Kadaga promised an investigation, MPs took to the microphone to give their reactions.  “All of you will speak; we shall stay here the whole night,” promised Kadaga.



 

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2 comments

  1. Age limit should not be for the MPs but pushed back to the electives.Any MP who supports age limit should be recalled back and punished by Ugandans.

  2. This should not even be an issue worth debating in parliament. Its very clear we have very greedy individuals who just want to milk the country dry and keep the national cake to themselves. How does one conduct independent consultations when the head of state is dishing out sacks of money to the MPS as bribe to vote for the amendment. It appears that the nation has already been sold off to the wolves!

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