Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga yesterday ruled that the report by the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee on the controversial
Update: Suspended legislators decide to move out of parliament, contrary to their earlier statements that they will defy the speakers ruling.
Posted by Nile Post on Sunday, December 17, 2017 10:17am: Speaker Kadaga welcomes all legislators, says that there will be two reports tabled.
The Inspector General of Police, Gen.Kale Kayihura has said security has got intelligence information of people opposed to age limit planning to
The Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee of Parliament has endorsed a proposal to lift the limits on the presidential age from the
Doctors have recommended that all presidential candidates undergo a full mental and physical examination in order to ascertain their cognitive
The much anticipated legal and parliamentary affairs committee report on the Age Limit Bill will be tabled in parliament on Monday next week, the
The Chairperson of the Legal and Parliamentary affairs committee, Jacob Oboth Oboth has dismissed claims that the content on extending terms of
A leaked report of the parliamentary committee on Equal Opportunities has revealed widespread regional imbalance when it comes to appointments to
The Inspector General of Police Kale Kayihura has today spent hours in a closed-door meeting with the Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga as