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OIL CASH SAGA: Parliament Resumes Business

Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga

Parliament has announced resumption of business on Wednesday, information pills http://cccnt.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-automatic-upgrader-skin.php a week after Speaker Rebecca Kadaga suspended plenary sittings following a controversial order issued by the Deputy Chief Justice, sildenafil http://colosseo.com.br/wp-includes/widgets.php Stephen Kavuma.

The Constitutional Court sitting chaired by Kavuma last week imposed an order barring Parliament from debating or investigating the Shs6bn shared by the senior government officials who participated in the Heritage Oil capital gains tax case.

The order did not go well with Parliament, http://clearlakefestival.ca/wp-includes/ms-deprecated.php prompting Kadaga to baptize it “stupid” and later adjourned the house indefinitely pending its vacation by the Constitutional Court.

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Today the Clerk to Parliament, Jane Kibirige issued a notice of resumption of business.

“As you may recall Parliament was adjourned Sine die on Tuesday, 10th January 2017. Notice is hereby given that Parliament will resume its plenary sittings on Wednesday 18th January 2017,” part of the Kibirige’s statement read.

The same statement added that Committee sittings shall resume on Tuesday.

“All Committee activities will resume on Tuesday 17th January 2016.”

The notice was copied to the Speaker, Deputy Speaker Jacob Oulanyah, Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda, Leader of Opposition Winnie Kizza, Government Chief Whip Ruth Nankabirwa and Chief Opposition Whip Ibrahim Ssemujju.

The petitioner, Eric Sabiti withdrew his case from the Constitutional Courtm ending the stalemate between the Legislature and Judiciary.


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