The UK minister of State for Africa, Mr Harriett Baldwin, on Tuesday evening said adherence to democracy and democratic processes such as rule of law and strong institutions are at the core of their development agenda in Uganda and they continue to engage government on the matter.
Members of Parliament (MPs) of the United Kingdom House of Commons have underscored the need by their government to ensure that democracy and the rule of the law are protected in Uganda.
Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi, alias Bobi Wine, has been invited to a session of the UK parliament which will be discussing the declining state of democracy in Uganda tomorrow.
Stockton South MP Dr Paul Williams (Labour) will tomorrow lead a debate in the United Kingdom parliament to discuss ”as a friend and equal partner” the "things that have been happening in Uganda" in regards to democracy and human rights.
Last year in August when you called President Museveni a barrier to Uganda’s development, some government functionaries here exuded a colonial mentality—the thinking that you can determine what goes on in Africa.
Kyagulanyi, the MPs charged, was beaten after government security forces abducted him and four other opposition politicians in Arua after the area elections in August 2018.
Bobi Wine features alongside leaders such as the International Monetary Fund managing director Christine Lagarde and New Zealand's 38-year-old Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi, popularly known as Bobi Wine, on Monday aborted his planned travel to United Kingdom (UK) to attend a parliamentary session debating the rule of law in Uganda.
It also ushered in greater youth and women participation in unprecedented political decision making, predictable and regular elections after every five years, the restoration of the rule of law (no extra-judicial killings) and traditional institut...
Kyadondo East Member of Parliament Robert Kyagulanyi, aka Bobi Wine, on Monday aborted his planned travel to United Kingdom (UK) to attend a parliamentary session debating the rule of law in Uganda.
A section of youth claiming to be National Resistance Movement supporters have taken to Kamwokya streets to protest the decision by the United Kingdom Parliament to discuss the democracy of Uganda.