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By Vision Reporter

Added 17th December 2006 03:00 AM

Pornography
IGANGA
The Media Council should ban the publication and distribution of pornographic materials, the executive director of Family Life Network, Stephen Langa, has said. He, however, commended the council for prohibiting the sale of newspapers with pornographic content. He said thi

Pornography
IGANGA
The Media Council should ban the publication and distribution of pornographic materials, the executive director of Family Life Network, Stephen Langa, has said. He, however, commended the council for prohibiting the sale of newspapers with pornographic content. He said this at a press conference where several copies of pornographic newspapers were burnt under the campaign “axe them and burn them” at the Global AIDS Initiative Centre in Makerere.

Envoy calls
KAMPALA
The presence of the UPDF in the north should be reduced and replaced by the Police to enable the people return to normal life, the Netherlands Ambassador, Yoka Brandt, has called. “Increased presence of the police is an important element of the move from emergency to recovery. It is part of a normalisation process which should lead to the gradual replacement of the military by civilian policing structures,” Brandt said on Tuesday.

MUK council on
KAMPALA
The Makerere University (MUK) Council met yesterday for the second day in discussions believed to culminate in the university’s opening. Dr. Grace Bantebya, the representative of the Makerere University Academic Association, was however, tight-lipped on the day’s agenda. The first council meeting was held on Thursday at the campus.

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