National Perspective – Parliament under the Magnifying Glass

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The Parliament of Uganda is one of the most widely known, but also most commonly misunderstood institutions in the government of Uganda.

Every five years, millions of Ugandans go to the polls to elect parliamentary representatives with the understanding that their deepest hopes and dreams for change will be fulfilled by their MPs.  The reality is quite different because the claims made by MPs during their campaigns and the fact of their legislative responsibilities are often in conflict.

Uganda Radio Network’s Ruth Mubiri spent much of this year reporting from the corridors of the House and now, she takes National Perspective to its hallowed halls and puts Parliament Under the Magnifying Glass.

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