In Uganda, parliamentary committee to start processing ambitious constitutional amendment bill

By Misairi Thembo Kahungu, 23 January
Parliament of Uganda (photo credit: sweggs/flickr)
Parliament of Uganda (photo credit: sweggs/flickr)
The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs is set to start processing the Constitution Amendment Bill, 2019, in which the Opposition seeks to cause changes in the Constitution including the structure of government. After several months of pulling ropes between the mover, Mr Wilfred Niwagaba (Ndorwa East, Ind), and the government, the Private Member's Bill was tabled on December 19 and was subsequently referred to the Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs to process within 45 days after the first reading.
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