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LIVE: Uganda’s 11th Parliament starts with swearing in

All set for swearing in. PHOTO PARLIAMENT MEDIA

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  Members of Uganda’s 11th Parliament will be sworn in today, in ceremonies that will last four days.

The House has 527 Members of Parliament (MPs) – that is roughly 100 more MPs than what the 10th Parliament had.

The swearing in will be followed by the first sitting, at which a Speaker and Deputy will be elected.


  1. It is good to see Members of parliament swearing in. Even the ones who were critical of the Government.
    I would like to seewhat kind of job they do. Wesho7ld remind them that they swore to serve and protect the constitution and im service of the country.

  2. It’s good dat our 11th Parliament MPs are taking their oath. We hope they will do better than what they did the 10th Parliament

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