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inset Rt. Hon Rebecca Kadaga with members of the EALA Committee on Regional Affairs

The EALA Committee on Regional Affairs on Conflict Resolution is in the country for a five days working visit and this afternoon they called on The 1DPM/Minister for EAC Uganda Rt. Hon Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga (MP) at her ministerial office in Kingdom Kampala House on Nile avenue. The committee broug the minister up to speed on the specific objectives while on their tour of duty in Uganda among those them were:

  • Evaluate electoral process in accordance with internationally accepted standards and the Treaty for Establishment of the East African Community.
  • Identify challenges, weaknesses, opportunities and strengths that can be considered or exploited for the improvement of the electoral practices within the community.
  • Analyse the importance of election in the promotion of democracy, peace and stability among other and
  • Appreciate the role played by the election observers and make recommendations for strengthening electoral processes for the benefit of all partner states.

Comissioner for Political Affairs , Ministry of EAC -Uganda, Mr. Sembatya Joseph at the me

Having listened to the committee members carefully, Rt.Hon. Rebecca Kadaga expressed concern on radicalization on practices in Africa which is attributed to the failure to engage and take corrective action against raised concerns. Hon Amongin Jacqueline raised a matter of regional importance on the law on climate change and renewable energy, whereas Hon. Siranda Blacks Gerald also sought support of the minister to table the proposed law on climate change in the region during the council of ministers meeting. The Commissioner for Political Affairs of ministry of EAC Uganda Mr. Sembatya Joseph was in attendance and took note of the committee’s meeting.


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