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Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference: Delegates...

The annual flagship event is bringing together Parliamentarians, parliamentary staff and decision makers from across the Commonwealth.

πŸ”Š PODCAST: When Uganda hosted CPC in 1967...

πŸ”Š This Sunday, the 64th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference will kick off in Kampala, with over 800 delegates participating. Ahead of the week-long event,...

πŸ”Š PODCAST: When Uganda hosted CPC in 1967...

πŸ”Š This Sunday, the 64th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference will kick off in Kampala, with over 800 delegates participating. Ahead of the week-long event,...

πŸ”Š PODCAST: When Uganda hosted CPC in 1967...

πŸ”Š This Sunday, the 64th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference will kick off in Kampala, with over 800 delegates participating. Ahead of the week-long event,...

'I asked God to remember all I have done...

In her testimony, Speaker Rebecca Kadaga says during her thanksgiving at Parliament that while in hospital, she received phone calls of thoughts and prayers....

'CPC brings huge opportunities for Ugandans'...

"When you go into entertainment, we are picking entertainment groups from different parts of the country that will be able to depict a complete picture...

800 delegates confirm attendance of CPC

The one-week conference will be seen as good enough to act as an advert for Uganda since it will attract international delegates.

Commonwealth meet to sell Kampala

β€œHosting CPC will put Uganda on the radar of over 53 countries that belong to the Commonwealth."

Prominent Ugandan lawmakers from 1967

In 1967, five years after Uganda gained independence from Britain, the Government of Milton Obote hosted the 13th Commonwealth Parliamentary summit.

Objectivity defines Speaker Rebecca Kadaga...

Kadaga has been outspoken on the high level corruption in the country that she says is at a crisis level.

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