Excerpt from the United States Department of State daily press briefing:
QUESTION: Do you have anything to add to what - the Uganda answer you gave yesterday? Has there been any more contact, do you know, between - since Ambassador - since Assistant Secretary Carson was there on this - the anti-homosexuality law?
MS. NULAND: Just a little bit more on Assistant Secretary Carson's conversation: He did talk to parliamentary leaders and to President Museveni very directly about our concerns, the concerns of the international community. Our understanding is that President Museveni certainly took onboard the fact that this could have a serious impact on the way Uganda is perceived, the way Uganda is supported in the international community. There are many hoops for this thing to go through, as you know. I think yesterday we said that the bill had passed the parliamentary committee. My understanding is that's incorrect. It hasn't even gotten to that stage. So we just need to continue to highlight the issues.