Uganda kickstarts the Swearing in of its 11th Parliament legislators

Uganda kickstarts the Swearing in of its 11th Parliament legislators

Uganda has started the swearing in of its 11th Parliament legislators, a process that will see a total of 529 Members of Parliament (MPs) officially begin their office a

The swearing-in ceremony is taking place at Parliament’s South Wing parking lot.
According to the program, throughout the four days of the event, the ceremony will run from 8am to 1.30pm.
There will be break of 30 minutes before the ceremony resumes from 2pm to 6.30pm each day.

Autorities say they hope to handle 80 and 120s-elect per day in a sequence of alphabetical order.

The programme indicates that the 132 MPs-elect will be sworn in today with Ms Ababiku Jesca (Adjumani District Woman MP), being the first on the list.

The remaining 397 MPs-elect will be sworn-in during the remaining three days.  When Sunday Monitor reached out to some of the MPs-elect yesterday, the majority expressed excitement and readiness for the day.