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Congestion as Parliament Bans Private Cars

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“All private vehicles have been banned from the parliament parking but individuals will be allowed to enter without their cars,” she added.

The new guidelines also require Members of Parliament, visitors and employees to first register their names with their identity cards and later undergo thorough security checks.

“Entering Parliament these days is like a tag of war as one has to spend between one to two hours in cue for the security checks,” commented a visitor at the house.

Since all the vehicles which had been passing in the North Wing Gate are now using the main South Wing Gate, a lot of traffic jam has been caused owing to the slow registration process.

Some members of Parliament, especially from the opposition have opposed the move, saying it’s time-wasting and have suggested for modern machines in order to save time that is so valuable to the nation.

Meanwhile, the five Police officers who were on duty on the day the piglets were sneaked into Parliament are still being held at Special Investigations Unit at Kireka.

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