Bujumba County Member of Parliament, decease http://defur.com/wp-admin/includes/class-file-upload-upgrader.php Mukasa Opondo has Tuesday been thrown out of the 6th sitting of the 10th Parliament for breaching the dress code of the house.
The legislator was clad in a black suit without putting on a neck tie.
Mukasa fell victim after the Ajuri County MP; Hamson Obur called the member to order. Hon Opondo was seated adjacent to the Deputy Speaker, viagra Jacob Oulanya who was chairing the house on Tuesday.
Rule 73 of the Rules of Procedure requires members to dress up in a dignified manner, that is, in a suit, a pair of long trousers, jacket, shirt and tie, a kanzu and jacket or a safari suit for male members.
The female legislators must be dressed in a suit, a jacket, blouse and skirt or dress. Others include, decent traditional wear, Military attire for members of the army and dignified shoes.
It wasn’t clear why the MP didn’t observe the dressing code of the house but understandably, he is a new member.
Mukasa was asked by the Deputy Speaker to excuse himself from the sitting before being forced out and he complied.
The house was also treated to lighter moments when the Minister without Portfolio, Hajji Abdul Nadduli took up oath as an ex-officio of the 10th Parliament.
Nadduli who perfectly took oath without any grammatical errors was praised by members as they clapped for him. He danced a bit to the clapping before he received the Constitution and the Rules of Procedure from the Deputy Speaker.