The Deputy Speaker of Parliament has on Tuesday launched the legislative agenda for children—also raising critical issues concerning children with special needs.
Deputy Speaker Thomas Tayebwa
Deputy Speaker of Parliament Thomas Tayebwa has directed the Committee on Education and Sports to comprehensively investigate a thread of alleged homosexual practices in Ugandan schools and report back to the House.
The Deputy Speaker Thomas Tayebwa has appointed a 7 member select committee to investigate a censure motion against Hon Persis Namuganza, the State minister for Lands.
Uganda has been selected to host the 27th Speakers and Presiding Officers Conference of the Commonwealth (CSPOC), which will take place January 3 - 6, 2024.
The Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Thomas Tayebwa, has pledged more financial support to the Uganda Cancer Institute (UCI) to enable it improve the treatment of cancer.
Parliament has condemned a resolution from European Parliament calling on Uganda and Tanzania to stop the development of oil and gas projects in the East African region.
The Deputy Speaker Thomas Tayebwa has urged the new Government Chief Whip, Hamson Obua to maintain humility while interacting with and whipping ministers and Members of Parliament.