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How parliament passed five electoral related bills this week

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  Parliament has passed the Political Parties and Organisations Amendment Bill, 2019. Members of Parliament considered the Bill’s 17 proposed amendments to the Political Parties and Organisations Act, 2005. With the Political Parties and Organisations Amendment Bill passed into law, it means that Parliament has …

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The New Curriculum

Creating generation next Uganda Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | What will Uganda be like 20 years from now when the current Vision 2040 ends? What jobs will they do and what life will they lead, what diseases will they grapple with, and what will they eat? To get a …

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US conducts joint knowledge exchange with UPDF in Somalia

Mogadishu, Somalia |  BRENNEN LEGE | U.S. service members in Somalia end of  last month conducted a joint Tactical Casualty Combat Care information exchange and mass casualty exercise with neighboring Ugandan African Union Mission in Somalia soldiers. The operation enhanced partner force interoperability and communication, and instilled enduring procedures for mass …

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Changing Uganda’s electoral system

Citizens want real reforms not the cosmetic changes the Attorney General tabled five Bills before parliament COMMENT | CRISPIN KAHERU | On 25 July, the Attorney General of Uganda, William Byaruhanga tabled five electoral reform Bills in Parliament. The Bills were: the Presidential Elections (Amendment) Bill No.17, 2019, the Parliamentary …

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Electoral Reforms finally

The good and the bad from government’s tabled amendments Kampala, Uganda | IAN KATUSIIME | The demand for electoral reforms in Uganda has been a persistent cry from the opposition and civil society for over ten years with each election cycle prompting a new call for the government to introduce …

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Solving UTL puzzle

  Experts say Bemanya should stay but government should focus on recapitalising the telecom firm Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Debts, poor corporate governance, fights, politics and ageing infrastructure have taken centre stage in debates surrounding Uganda Telecom Limited. Bemanya Twebaze, a Ugandan lawyer and corporate executive, who has …

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MPs not happy with delay to access electoral bills

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Members of Parliament and some journalists have failed to access the recently tabled Electoral reforms, copies of which have not reached them due to what officials said was an email glitch. Government on Thursday tabled the long-awaited proposed electoral reforms which had generated a …

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