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  1. Uganda postpones legislation to extend president’s term

    Presstv.com - Media 09.21 / 16:37 presstv.com
    Addressing a raucous session in parliament on Thursday, Speaker Jacob Oulanyah said the legislation was "bringing tension" and would come back on another, unspecified…
  2. Uganda bans protests amid bid to scrap presidential age limit

    Totaluae.com - Business 09.21 / 10:37 totaluae.com
    Police chief Kale Kayihura said in a statement that a planned protest was intended to cause “violence and mayhem” KAMPALA Ugandan police have banned a protest set for Thursday when lawmakers debate plans to scrap a presidential age limit, seen as a bid to pave the way for Yoweri Museveni to seek a sixth term as leader. A ruling party lawmaker is expected to put forward a bill to amend a constitutional provision that states the president must be between 35 and 75 years…
  3. Uganda Pres. attacks opposition over constitutional amendment

    Presstv.com - Media 09.14 / 22:35 presstv.com
    Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has condemned critics of the country’s proposed constitutional amendment on land r…
  4. Scott Lively Avoids US Jurisdiction in Uganda Hate Campaign

    Gaycitynews.nyc - World 09.14 / 11:10 gaycitynews.nyc
    BY ARTHUR S. LEONARD | Even while describing pastor and attorney Scott Lively as “an American citizen who has aided and abetted a vicious and frightening campaign of repression against LGBTI persons in Uganda,” US District Judge Michael A. Ponsor, in Springfield, Massachusetts, has dismissed a lawsuit against him brought by the Center for Constitutional […] The post Scott Lively Avoids US Jurisdiction in Uganda Hate Campaign appeared first on Gay City New…
  5. Uganda: Non-Communicable Diseases Take Center Stage At Doctors Conference

    Allafrica.com -Health 09.14 / 08:47 allafrica.com
    [Observer] As Uganda strives to attain middle-income status, medical practitioners have noted with concern the need for a healthy and productive population to drive…
  6. Uganda: New HIV Treatment Model to Reduce Hospital Crowds

    Allafrica.com -Health 09.14 / 08:47 allafrica.com
    [Observer] Health officials have advised people living with HIV to embrace the Differentiated Service Delivery (DSD) model that aims at treating HIV infections, reducing overcrowding at health centres and long waiting hours, as well as encouraging patients' adherence to…