Pakistan Parliament Ousts Prime Minister Khan

Pakistan’s lower house of parliament, the National Assembly, voted Prime Minister Imran Khan out of power Saturday, nearly four years after he took office. The voting on the opposition-launched, no-confidence resolution began after midnight local time, minutes after Speaker Asad Qaiser from Khan’s ruling party unexpectedly announced his resignation. Qaiser invited a senior opposition lawmaker,Continue reading “Pakistan Parliament Ousts Prime Minister Khan”

Museveni warns Rumor Mongers

Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni has warned of dire consequences to anyone who spreads rumours that the late speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanya was killed by the state. He dismissed the claims as cheap politics by politicians. Museveni said this on Friday during the election of the new Speaker of Parliament Anita Among at Kololo ceremonialContinue reading “Museveni warns Rumor Mongers”

Constitutional Lacunas

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono According to the Constitution Amendment Act No 2 of 2016 stipulates in Article 73 that 1. A person may file an election petition with the High Court to challenge the election of a Member of Parliament2. A petition shall be heard within ninety days of filing the petition3. A person mayContinue reading “Constitutional Lacunas”

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