THE Presidential and Foreign affairs committee of Parliament is in top preparations to hold talks with their counterparts in Khartoum, over renewed accusations of LRA support from Sudan.
They are also to meet Sudanese diplomats in the country, security organs ISO and ESO, Foreign Affairs and regional co-operation officials to verify and deal with â€˜the Sudan factorâ€™ in the LRA insurgency.
Drawing up the programme at Parliament yesterday, members of the committee said that the two heads of state have been involved in a lot of â€˜sabre-rattlingâ€™ and Parliament had not yet had an in-put.
The committee was chaired by Bugabula South MP Salaamu Musumba (left), and was attended by former state for security minister Muruuli Mukasa (Nakasongola), Louis Opange (Pallisa), Elijah Okupa (Kasilo), and Kennedy Ssebalu (Busiro).
Other were Margaret Zziwa (Kampala), and Beatrice Magoola (Iganga).
MPs To Talk To Sudan Over Kony