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INGRID TURINAWE: Uganda’s Parliament Needs Reform

On February 28, Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) secretary for mobilisation Ingrid Kamateneti Turinawe lost in the race to become one of Uganda’s nine representatives to regional assembly EALA. There were well over 40 approved contestants. However, what makes Turinawe’s loss interesting is the hostility members of ruling NRM party

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CHRIS OBORE on “Speaker’s Helicopter’: Civil Society are Trading Lies, Preaching Water but Taking Wine

The proposal to buy a helicopter for the Parliamentary Commission is now the focus of sections of civil society actors. Recently, the executive director of the Anti-Corruption Coalition Uganda, Ms Cissy Kagaba; the coordinator of the Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group,  Julius Mukunda; and the programs officer of Uganda Debt Network, Ms  Imelda Namagga,

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OPINION: MAJOR DICKSON GATLUAK JOCK: Leave Infrastructure Projects until there is a Kiir-Machar Deal

Eastern Central Corridor Project will not work unless the SPLM/A-IO under the leadership of Former vice president Dr Riek Machar is involved. For All the services or items normally expected or required in the project, SPLM/A-IO which is controlling the  large areas in Upper Nile  and its resources should not

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