NRM retreat: MPs to discuss Manifesto, Gay Bill
Publish Date: Feb 05, 2014
NRM retreat: MPs to discuss Manifesto, Gay Bill
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By Henry Sekanjako 

The National resistance Movement (NRM) parliamentary caucus will tomorrow leave for their annual retreat at the national leadership institute Kyankwanzi to discuss the NRM Manifesto 2011-2016 progress, challenges and opportunities.

“We shall address the faced by the ministries on the implementation of the NRM Manifesto, and also enable the NRM parliamentary caucus members appreciate the country’s economic progress. “Said David Bahati, the NRM caucus Vice chairman.
Bahati was yesterday addressing journalists ahead of the retreat that starts tomorrow, at parliamentary building Kampala.
Bahti also told journalists that the caucus would also discuss the controversial Anti-gay Bill which was passed by Parliament last year.
The-16-day retreat will also discuss the posting of NRM organisation for 2016 general elections.

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