The Parliamentarian 2019: Uganda Supplement

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The Parliamentarian: Uganda Profile 2019: ISSUE THREE SUPPLEMENT

UGANDA: Host of the 64th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference Welcome from the Parliament of Uganda and CPA Uganda Branch

Rt Hon. Rebecca A. Kadaga, MP, Speaker of the Parliament of Uganda and CPA President.

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Engendering Parliamentary Processes: The Ugandan Experience

Rt Hon. Rebecca A. Kadaga, MP, Speaker of the Parliament of Uganda and CPA President.

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The Pursuit of Inclusivity through Representation: The Uganda Experience

Rt Hon. Jacob L’Okori Oulanyah, MP, Deputy Speaker of the Parliament of Uganda.

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The Judiciary and the Legal System in Uganda Hon. William Byaruhanga, Attorney-General of Uganda.

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Investment Opportunities in Uganda

Hon. Matia Kasaija, MP, Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development.

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Office of the Leader of Government Business in Uganda

Hon. Ruth Nankabirwa, MP, Government Chief Whip.

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Offsetting the backlog of Accountability Committees in Uganda: The Case of the Public Accounts Committee-Local Government (PAC-LG) Committee Hon. Reagan Ronald Okumu, MP.

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Inclusion of Disability Issues in the business of Commonwealth Parliaments

Hon. Safia Nalule Juuko, MP, National Woman’s Representative for Persons with Disabilities (PWDs).

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The Role of Parliament in the Budget Process Hon. Amos Lugoloobi, MP.

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Institutionalisation and Enhancement of Political Parties’ Participation in the Uganda Parliament

The Role of Parliament in Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation in Uganda

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Hon. Aol Betty Ochan, MP, Leader of the Opposition.

Hon. Lawrence Songa Biyika, MP.

Uganda: Gifted by Nature

Uganda: Key Facts

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CPA Uganda Branch and the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association

Hon. Dr Ephraim Kamuntu, MP, Minister of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities.

Exploring In-House Initiatives for Capacity Building in Parliamentary Business & Processes: Lessons from the Uganda Institute of Parliamentary Studies (IPU-U) Hon. Atim Ogwal Cecilia Barbara, MP.

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Front cover image: The Parliament of Uganda's foundation stone was laid on 18th December 1956. Construction of the main building commenced in 1958 and on 5th October 1962, the then Prime Minster Apollo Milton Obote laid the foundation stone for the independence arch, at the entrance to the Parliamentary Building. Image copyright: Uganda Parliament.

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