Tempers Flare as Uganda MPs Debate Torture

Uganda MPs have clashed over a report by an ad-hoc committee that investigated reports of brutality during the Arua by-election, accusing security operatives of torturing opposition legislators and their supporters.

  • Uganda:   Tempers Flare As MPs Debate Torture

    Monitor, 6 September 2018

    Parliament was yesterday locked in debate as lawmakers clashed over a report by an ad hoc committee that investigated the brutality from the Arua by-election and blamed security… Read more »

Ugandan soldiers beating up Reuters photojournalist James Akena as he covered the protests over the detention of several Opposition MPs in Kampala.


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