Uganda Legislators Clash Over Oil Regulations

Author:
NTV Uganda
Publisher:
NTV Uganda
Publication Date:
13 November 2012
Tags:
Uganda, Energy, Governance, Petroleum

The standoff between Parliament and the Executive over contentious clauses in the Oil bill appear to be ebbing as it returned to the floor for a third time. The MPs caved in to having the Minister left with powers to approve and revoke the licences of the oil companies and that government holds a 100% stake in a limited oil company.



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