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Catholic Bishops Want Pluralism In East Africa Region

By Vision Reporter

Added 23rd August 2002 03:00 AM

Catholic bishops of the AMECEA region have called for pluralism and the rule of law in the region if good governance is to be attained, writes Vision Reporter.

Catholic bishops of the AMECEA region have called for pluralism and the rule of law in the region if good governance is to be attained, writes Vision Reporter.

Catholic bishops of the AMECEA region have called for pluralism and the rule of law in the region if good governance is to be attained, writes Vision Reporter. In a five-page statement released late July, the bishops said good governance is still a challenge to all countries in the region. “We call upon all the leaders to respect the values and principles of good governance particularly, tolerance, pluralism, the rule of law and the full participation of the people in their own governance.” The document was signed by the newly appointed chairman, Archbishop Paul Bakyenga of Mbarara diocese. Ends

Catholic Bishops Want Pluralism In East Africa Region

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