Status of Parliamentary Bills

# Bill No Title Bill Type Committee Sponsor 1st Reading 2nd Reading 3rd Reading Date of Presentation Date of Assent
1 31/2021 The Administration of Parliament (Amendment) Bill, 2021 Private Member The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Mp, KILAK NORTH COUNTY 05/10/2021

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

05/10/2021
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
05/10/2021
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
05/10/2021
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
14/04/2021
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
2 12/2017 The Local Government (Amendment) Bill, 2017 Private Member The Committee on Public Service and Local Government Mp, Bubulo County West 21/06/2017

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

3 26/2015 The Human Rights (Enforcement) Bill, 2015 Private Member The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Mp, SHEEMA MUNICIPALITY 10/11/2015

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

20/12/2018
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
15/01/2019
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
22/03/2019
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
31/03/2019
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
4 11/2010 The Uganda Forestry Association Bill, 2010 Private Member The Committee on Natural Resources Mp, SERERE COUNTY 10/11/2015

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

5 36/2015 The Minimum Wages Bill, 2015 Private Member The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Works and Transport 24/12/2015

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session

31/01/2019
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
19/02/2019
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
14/06/2019
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
27/08/2019
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
6 3/2013 The Anti Corruption Bill, 2013 Private Member The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Mp, MAKINDYE DIVISION EAST 27/08/2013
Bill is still at First Reading. The first reading is the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality. It takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur at any time in a parliamentary session.
03/02/2015
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
07/07/2015
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
07/07/2015
Waiting for Assent07/07/2015
Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
15/10/2015
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreed to make the Bill into an Act and is a formality.
7 35/2015 The sexual Offences Bill, 2016 Private Member The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Mp, KAMULI MUNICIPALITY 14/04/2016

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

13/02/2019
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
03/05/2021
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
8 02/2019 The Administration of Parliament (Amendment) Bill, 2019 Private Member The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Mp, KABALE MUNICIPALITY 29/01/2019

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

10/07/2019
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
9 03/2019 The Institute for Parliamentary Studies Bill, 2019 Private Member The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Mp, DOKOLO NORTH COUNTY 29/01/2019

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

10/07/2019
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
27/11/2019
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
22/04/2020
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
23/04/2020
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
10 37/2021 The Supplementary Appropriation (No.4) Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 27/01/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

17/05/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
17/05/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
14/06/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
17/08/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
11 1/2022 The Electricity (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Natural Resources Minister of Energy and Mineral Development 27/01/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

13/04/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
13/04/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
27/04/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
16/05/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.16/05/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
12 30/2021 The Mining and Mineral Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Information, Communication Technology and National Guidance Minister of Information, Communications Technology and National Guidance 18/11/2021

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

On 07/19/2022, Speaker referred Bill to Committee to report back on 20/07/2022, as returned for reconsideration by H. E, the President.

17/02/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Upon return, 2nd reading was on 08/03/2022
17/02/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included. Upon Return, it was passed on 08/03/2022
13/04/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
19/07/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
13 19/2021 The National Social Security Fund (Amendment) Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development 28/09/2021

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

23/11/2021
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
24/11/2021
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
24/11/2021
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
02/01/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
14 20/2021 The Fisheries and Aquaculture Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries Minister of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries 28/09/2021

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

05/03/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
05/03/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
05/02/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
08/02/2023
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
15 5/2019 The Anti-Money Laundering (Amendment) Bill 2019 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 07/05/2019
Bill is in its first stage.
25/07/2019
Bill being discussed for the Second Time in the floor of Parliament
25/07/2019
Bill is being passed by parliament
30/08/2019
Bill is waiting to be assented by the President
16 10/2018 The landlord and Tenant Bill, 2018. Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Lands, Housing and Urban Development 16/01/2019
Bill is still in the First Stage.
20/06/2019
Bill is in the second stage.
26/06/2019
Bill is being passed by Parliament.
05/08/2019
Bill is presented to the President and awaiting to be assented.
08/09/2021
The Bill is Reintroduced on the floor of the House during the 11th Parliament.
17 33/2021 The Market Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 07/12/2021

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

15/02/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
15/02/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
30/03/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
03/09/2023
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
18 1/2017 The Anti-Terrorism (Amendment)Bill, 2017 Government The Committee on Defence and Internal Affairs Minister of Internal Affairs 02/02/2017
Bill is still in the First Stage.
05/04/2017
Bill is being discussed at the second stage
05/04/2017
Bill is at the third stage.
21/04/2017
Bill passed but waiting to be assented.
13/05/2017
Bill is now an Act because it has been assented by the President.
19 27/2021 The Public Finance Management (Amendment) Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 05/10/2021

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

14/12/2021
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
14/12/2021
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
17/12/2021
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
20/12/2021
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
20 24/2021 The Succession (Amendment) Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Attorney General 05/10/2021

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

08/02/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
08/02/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
15/03/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
10/04/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
21 29/2021 The East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) (Special Provisions) Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Natural Resources Minister of Energy and Mineral Development 05/10/2021

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

09/12/2021
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
09/12/2021
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
14/12/2021
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
20/12/2021
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
22 26/2021 The Supplementary appropriation No. 3 Bill, 2021 Government The Budget Committee Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 28/09/2021

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

17/05/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
17/05/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
14/06/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
17/08/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
23 25/2021 The Supplementary Appropriation No.2 Bill, 2021 Government The Budget Committee Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 28/09/2021

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

17/05/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
17/05/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.17/05/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
14/06/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
17/08/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
24 21/2021 The Landlord and Tenant Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Physical Infrastructure Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 28/09/2021

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

01/02/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
01/02/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
24/03/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
12/04/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
25 23/2021 The Physical Planners Registration Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Physical Infrastructure Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development 28/09/2021

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

21/04/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
04/02/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
20/05/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
14/10/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
26 10/2017 The Civil Aviation Authority (Amendment) Bill, 2017 Government The Committee on Physical Infrastructure Minister of Works and Transport 08/06/2017
Bill in its first stage because it has just been tabled in the floor of Parliament.
12/12/2018
Bill being discussed for the second time in the floor of Parliament
12/12/2018
Bill is Passed by Parliament
02/12/2019
Bill is waiting to be assented by the President
20/02/2019
Bill is now an Act of Parliament because the President has assented to it.
27 17/2017 The National Environment Bill, 2017. Government The Committee on Natural Resources Minister of Water and Environment 20/12/2017

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

07/11/2018
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
14/11/2018
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
24/01/2019
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
24/02/2019
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
28 4/2017 The Tax Procedures Code (Amendment Bill), 2017 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 04/04/2017
Bill is in its first stage because it has just been introduced in the floor of Parliaemnt
05/10/2017
Bill is being discussed for the second time in the floor of Parliament.
05/10/2017
Bill is passed by Parliament
06/01/2017
Bill is passed by Parliament
06/12/2017
Bill is now an Act of Parliament because the President has assented to it.
29 11/2017 The Uganda Wildlife Bill, 2017. Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Minister of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities 20/07/2017
Bill in its first stage because it has just been introduced in the floor of Parliament.
13/02/2019
Bill being discussed for the second time in the floor of Parliament.
19/02/2019
Bill is passed by Parliament
06/06/2019
Bill is waiting to be assented by the President
01/07/2019
Bill is now an Act of Parliament because the president has assented to it.
30 3/2017 The Value Added Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2017. Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 04/04/2017

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

05/10/2017
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
05/10/2017
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
06/01/2017
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
06/12/2017
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
31 5/2017 The Income Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2017, Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 09/02/2017

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

09/05/2017
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
09/05/2017
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
01/06/2017
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
29/06/2017
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
32 14/2017 The Supplementary Appropriation Bill, 2017 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 29/06/2017
Bill is still at First Reading. The first reading is the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality. It takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur at any time in a parliamentary session.
17/05/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
17/05/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
33 9/2017 The Investment Code Bill, 2017 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 05/12/2017

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

11/02/2018
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
22/11/2018
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
23/01/2019
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
20/02/2019
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
34 15/2017 The Constitution (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill, 2017. Government The Committee on Public Service and Local Government Minister of Local Government 01/03/2017

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

20/12/2017
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
20/12/2017
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
23/12/2017
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
27/12/2017
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
35 11/2018 The Excise Duty (Amendment) Bill, 2018 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 03/04/2018
Bill is still in the first Stage. 03/04/2018
Bill has moved to the Second Stage
30/05/2018
Bill has moved to the Second Reading.
30/05/2018
Bill has been passed by Parliament
18/06/2018
Bill is presented to the President and awaits to be assented by the President.
21/06/2018
Bill is now an Act of Parliament.
36 5/2018 The Lotteries and Games (Amendment) Bill, 2018 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 03/04/2018
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
23/05/2018
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
23/05/2018
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
14/06/2018
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
20/06/2018
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
37 1/2018 The Security Interest In Movable Property Bill, 2018 Government The Committee on Rules, Privileges and Discipline Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs 27/03/2018
Bill is in its first stage.
20/12/2018
Bill being discussed for the second time in the floor of the House.
30/01/2019
Bill is passed by Parliament
22/03/2019
Bill is waiting to be assented by the president.
31/03/2019
Bill is now an Act of Parliament because the President has assented to it.
38 6/2018 The Tax Procedures Code (Amendment) Bill, 2018 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 03/10/2018
Motion for reconsideration was passed.
27/11/2018
Bill is still in the Second Stage.
27/11/2018
Bill is passed by Parliament.
07/12/2018
Bill is presented to the Present and awaits to be assented.
25/11/2018
Bill is now an Act of Parliament.
39 16/2018 The Succession (Amendment), Bill 2018. Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development 08/11/2018
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
09/03/2021
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
30/03/2021
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
14/03/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
10/04/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
40 7/2018 The Traffic and Road Safety Act 1998(Amendment)Bill, 2018 Government The Committee on Physical Infrastructure Minister of Works and Transport 03/04/2018
Bill is in its First Stage.
30/05/2018
Bill being discussed for the second time in the floor of the House
30/05/2018
Bill is passed by Parliament.
18/06/2018
Bill is waiting to be assented by the President.
20/06/2018
Bill is now an Act of Parliament because the President has assented to it.
41 13/2018 The Roads Bill, 2018 Government The Committee on Physical Infrastructure Minister of Works and Transport 26/09/2018
Bill is in its first stage
09/05/2019
Bill being discussed for the second time in the floor of the house
16/05/2019
Bill is passed by Parliament.
24/07/2019
Bill is waiting to be assented by the President.
04/09/2019
Bill is now an Act of Parliament because the President has assented to it.
42 3/2018 The Tax Appeals Tribunal’s (Amendment) Bill, 2018. Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 03/04/2018
Bill is in its first stage
22/05/2018
Bill is being discussed for the second time in the floor of the House
22/05/2018
Bill is passed by Parliament
18/06/2018
Bill is waiting to be assented by the President
20/06/2018
Bill is now an Act of Parliament because the president has assented to it.
43 8/2017 The Appropriation Bill, 2017. Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 04/06/2017

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

10/03/2017
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
10/03/2017
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
01/02/2017
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
09/02/2017
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
44 6/2017 The Excise Duty (Amendment) Bill, 2017. Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 04/04/2017

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

05/10/2017
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
05/10/2017
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
06/01/2017
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
06/12/2017
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
45 1/2016 The Anti-Money Laundering (Amendment) Bill, 2016. Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 02/02/2017
Bill in its first Stage
05/04/2017
Bill in the second stage
05/04/2017
Bill is passed by Parliament of Uganda
21/04/2017
Bill is waiting for the president to assent.
13/05/2017
Bill is fully passed. It is now and Act
46 15/2016 The Biofuels Bill, 2016. Government The Committee on Natural Resources Minister of Energy and Mineral Development 15/11/2016
Bill is still in the first stage
12/12/2017
Second Reading was first read on the 12th of December, 2017 and re-read on 13th of December, 2017
13/12/2017
Bill on its last stage
15/03/2018
The Bill is waiting for the President to assent it.
04/06/2018
Bill is fully passed
47 15/2014 The Mental Health Bill, 2014 Government The Committee on Health Minister of Health 20/08/2015

First read in the 9th Parliament and re-introduced in the 10th Parliament on the 5th of October, 2015.

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

06/09/2018
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
13/09/2018
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
07/12/2018
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
25/12/2018
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
48 29/2015 The Sale of Goods and Supply of Services Bill, 2015 Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Minister of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives 26/11/2015
05/10/16, laid in 10th Parliament
30/05/2017
Second reading done.
30/05/2017
Third reading done.
01/08/2017
Bill in Presentation
20/12/2017
Bill Assented by the President
49 30/2015 The Anti-Counterfeiting Goods Bill, 2015 Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Minister of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives 05/10/2016
It was first read in 9th Parliament on the 26th of November, 2015
50 10/2016 The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa Treaty (Implementation) Bill, 2016 Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Minister of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives 24/08/2016
Bill is being introduced to the floor of Parliament.
10/01/2017
Bill is being discussed for the second time on the floor of Parliament.
10/01/2017
Bill is passed by Parliament
14/03/2017
Bill is presented to the President and awaits to be assented.
22/04/2017
Bill is now an Act of Parliament.
51 14/2016 The cooperative societies (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Minister of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives 19/01/2017
Bill is still in its first Stage. 19/01/2017
Bill still in its First Stage.
08/05/2019
Bill is in its Second Stage.
09/05/2019
Bill is being passed by Parliament
52 4/2016 The Income Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 10/03/2016
Bill in its first Stage. It has just been introduced in the floor of the Parliament
14/04/2016
Bill being discussed for the second time in the floor of the House
15/11/2016
Bill is passed by Parliament
17/11/2016
Bill is waiting to be assented by the President
19/11/2016
Bill is now an Act of Parliament because the President has assented to it.
53 17/2016 The Local Governments (Amendment) Bill, 2016. Government The Committee on Public Service and Local Government Minister of Local Government 21/12/2016
Bill is being discussed for the first time in the floor of Parliament.
10/01/2017
Bill is being discussed for the second time.
10/01/2017
Bill is passed by Parliament
13/01/2017
Bill is presented to the President and awaits to be assented
17/01/2017
Bill is now an Act of Parliament.
54 18/2016 The Sugar Bill, 2016 Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Minister of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives 19/01/2017
Bill is still in its first Stage.19/01/2017
Bill is still in its first stage
30/04/2019
Bill is in its second stage
01/10/2019
Bill is being passed by Parliament.10/09/2019
Bill is being passed by Parliament.01/10/2019
Bill is Being passed by Parliament. 10/09/2019
Bill is Being passed by Parliament.
15/09/2019
Bill is waiting to be assented by the President.
55 7/2017 The Lotteries and Gaming (Amendment) Bill, 2017 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 04/04/2017

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

11/05/2017
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
25/05/2017
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
01/06/2017
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
13/06/2017
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
56 08/2017 The Supplementary Appropriation (No. 2) Bill, 2017 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 30/01/2018
Bill in its first reading
04/10/2018
Bill being discussed for the second time in the floor of the House
04/10/2018
Bill is passed by Parliament
06/11/2018
Bill is waiting to be assented by the President
25/12/2018
Bill is now an Act of Parliament because the president has assented to it
57 04/2018 The Appropriation Bill, 2018 Government The Budget Committee Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 29/03/2018
Bill is in its first stage
01/06/2018
Bill is being discussed for the second time in the floor of the House.
01/06/2018
Bill is passed by Parliament
18/06/2018
Bill is waiting to be assented by the President.
21/06/2018
Bill is now an Act of Parliament because the president has assented to it.
58 08/2018 The Stamp Duty (Amendment) Bill, 2018 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 03/04/2018
Bill is in its first stage.
29/05/2018
Bill being discussed for the second time in the floor of the House
29/05/2018
Bill is passed by Parliament
18/06/2018
Bill is waiting to be assented by the President.
21/06/2018
Bill is now an Act of Parliament because the President has assented to it
59 5/2014 The Persons With Disability Bill, 2014 Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development
60 10/2014 The Registration of Persons Bill, 2014 Government The Committee on Defence and Internal Affairs Minister of Internal Affairs 25/09/2014
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
18/12/2014
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
26/02/2015
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
20/03/2014
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
26/03/2014
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
61 6/2014 The Excise Tariff (Amendment) Bill, 2014. Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 15/07/2014
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
12/09/2014
The Bill has been Withdrawn. A bill may be withdrawn by the Member in charge after the question for its second reading (or other stages) has been proposed, provided that the question itself is first withdrawn and the Member has the floor. If there is any objection, the question cannot be withdrawn, and the stage concerned proceeds to a conclusion. A Member other than the Member in charge of the bill, if they have made the motion for second reading, can, with leave, withdraw that motion but not the bill itself. A bill may also be withdrawn during its committee stage if the committee is first discharged from (further) consideration of the bill.
62 7/2014 The Finance Bill, 2014 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 16/07/2014
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
11/09/2013
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
12/09/2014
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
14/10/2014
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
19/10/2014
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
63 8/2014 The Income Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2014 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 15/07/2014
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
15/09/2014
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
15/09/2014
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
25/09/2014
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
19/10/2014
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
64 2/2014 The Tax Procedures Code Bill, 2014 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 14/05/2014
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
16/09/2014
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
16/09/2014
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
17/10/2014
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
19/10/2014
Bill Was Assented to by the President19/10/2014
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
65 1/2014 The Tobacco Control Bill, 2014 Government The Committee on Health Minister of Health 06/03/2014
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once the second reading is complete, the Bill proceeds to the committee stage, where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
09/07/2015
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
28/07/2015
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
14/09/2015
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
09/12/2014
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
66 10/2013 The Appropriation Bill, 2013 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
67 08/2019 The Excise Duty (Amendment) Bill, 2019 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 28/03/2019
Bill is in its first stage.
30/04/2019
Bill is being discussed for the Second time.
30/04/2019
Bill is being passed by Parliament
05/06/2019
Bill is waiting to be assented by the President.
30/06/2019
Bill is now an Act of Parliament because the President assented to it.
68 07/2019 The Value Added Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2019 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 28/03/2019
Bill is in its first stage.
30/04/2019
Bill being discussed for the second time in the floor of Parliament.
05/06/2019
Bill is being passed by Parliament.
05/06/2019
Bill is waiting to be assented by the President.
30/06/2019
Bill is now an Act of Parliament because the President has assented to it
69 09/2019 The Tax Procedures Code (Amendment) Bill, 2019 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 28/03/2019
Bill is in its first stage
30/04/2019
Bill being discussed for the second time in the floor of Parliament.
30/04/2019
Bill is passed by Parliament.
05/06/2019
Bill is waiting to be assented by the President.
30/06/2019
Bill is now an Act of Parliament because the President has assented to it
70 10/2019 The Stamp Duty (Amendment) Bill, 2019 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 28/03/2019
Bill is in its first stage.
30/04/2019
Bill being discussed for the second time in the floor of Parliament.
30/04/2019
Bill is passed by Parliament.
05/06/2019
Bill is waiting to be assented by the President.
30/06/2019
Bill is now an Act of Parliament because the President has assented to it.
71 06/2019 The Income Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2019 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 28/03/2019
Bill is in its first stage.
07/05/2019
Bill being discussed for the Second time in the floor of Parliament.
07/05/2019
Bill is passed by Parliament.
06/06/2019
Bill is waiting to be assented by the President.
30/06/2019
Bill is now an Act of Parliament because the President has assented to it.
72 11/2019 The Appropriation Bill, 2019 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 28/03/2019
Bill is in its first stage.
24/05/2019
Bill being discussed for the second time in the floor of Parliament.
06/06/2019
Bill is passed by Parliament.
06/06/2019
Bill is waiting to be assented by the President.
30/06/2019
Bill is now an Act of Parliament because the President has assented to it.
73 04/2019 The Law Revision Bill, 2019 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 28/03/2019
Bill is in its first stage.
10/07/2019
Bill being discussed for the second time in the floor of the Parliament.
11/09/2019
Bill is passed by Parliament.
74 15/2019 The Supplementary Appropriation Bill, 2019 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 09/07/2019
Bill is in its first stage
01/05/2019
Bill is being discussed for the second time in the floor of Parliament.
11/09/2019
Bill is passed by Parliament.
75 2/2013 The East African Excise Management (Amendment) Bill, 2013 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 24/07/2013
Bill is still at First Reading. The first reading is the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality. It takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur at any time in a parliamentary session.
18/09/2013
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
18/09/2013
Bill is at the The Bill is the third stage. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
18/09/2013
Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
76 4/2013 The Finance Bill, 2013 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
77 8/2013 The Higher Education Students Financing Bill, 2013 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
78 1/2013 The East African Development Bank (Amendment) Bill, 2013 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 10/09/2014
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
27/05/2015
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
27/05/2015
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
09/07/2015
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
05/08/2015
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
79 11/2013 The Uganda Wildlife Education Centre Bill, 2013 Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Minister of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities 06/03/2014
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session. The first reading of a Bill can happen anytime in a parliamentary session.
17/03/2014
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
09/04/2015
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
28/10/2015
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
04/11/2015
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
80 12/2013 The Uganda Wildlife Research And Training Institute Bill, 2013 Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Minister of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities 06/03/2014
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session. The first reading of a Bill can happen anytime in a parliamentary session.
17/03/2015
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
23/06/2015
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
28/10/2015
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
06/11/2015
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
81 3/2012 The Building Control Bill, 2012 Government The Committee on Physical Infrastructure Minister of Works and Transport 22/03/2012
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
08/05/2013
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
22/05/2013
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
17/09/2013
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
02/10/2013
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
82 7/2012 The Local Government (Amendment) Bill, 2012 Government The Committee on Public Service and Local Government Minister of Local Government 03/07/2012
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
26/02/2013
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
26/02/2013
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
11/06/2013
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
27/06/2013
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
83 18/2012 The National Bio Technology And Bio Safety Bill, 2012 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 05/02/2013
First read in the 9th Parliament and laid on Table in the 10th Parliament on the 15/11/2016
04/10/2017
Bill read for the Second time in the floor of Parliament.
04/10/2017
First passed on the 04/10/2017 and after reconsideration was passed on 28/11/2018
11/12/2017
First Represented on the 11/12/2017 and Under Re-Consideration, was presented on 28/11/2018
21/12/2017
The President declined to assent the Bill for an Act.11/12/2017
The President declined to assent the Bill for an Act.21/12/2017
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.11/12/2017
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
84 10/2012 The Finance Bill, 2012 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
85 5/2012 The Public Finance Bill, 2012 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 08/05/2012
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
15/05/2014
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
86 1/2012 The Supplementary Appropriation Bill, 2012 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 05/09/2012
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
11/09/2012
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
11/09/2012
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
03/10/2012
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
10/10/2012
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
87 6/2012 The Uganda National Commission for UNESCO Bill, 2012 Government The Committee on Education and Sports Minister of Education and Sports 07/08/2012
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
18/12/2013
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
18/12/2013
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
20/03/2014
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
21/06/2014
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
88 4/2012 The Uganda Communication Regulatory Authority Bill, 2012 Government The Committee on Information, Communication Technology and National Guidance Minister of Information, Communications Technology and National Guidance 14/03/2012
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
05/09/2012
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
04/09/2012
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included. At this Stage, the Title of the Bill was change from Uganda Communications Regulatory Authority Bill, 2012 to Uganda Communications Bill, 2012
27/11/2012
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
23/12/2012
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
89 16/2012 The Appropriate Bill, 2012 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
90 8/2012 The East African Excise Management (Amendment) Bill, 2012 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 17/07/2012
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
30/08/2012
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
30/08/2012
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
19/09/2012
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
26/09/2012
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
91 14/2012 The Free Zones Bill, 2012 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 27/08/2012
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
04/12/2013
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
05/12/2012
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
10/01/2014
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
02/02/2014
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
92 14/2011 The Accountant Bill, 2011 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 07/02/2012
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
11/12/2012
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
06/02/2013
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
11/06/2013
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
27/06/2013
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
93 11/2012 The Income Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2012 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 17/07/2012
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
29/08/2012
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
19/09/2012
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
19/09/2012
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
26/09/2012
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
94 2/2012 The Petroleum (Refining, Gas Processing and Conversion, Transportation and Storage) Bill, 2012 Government The Committee on Natural Resources Minister of Energy and Mineral Development 14/02/2012
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
13/02/2013
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
13/02/2013
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
25/06/2013
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
27/06/2013
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
95 41/2012 The Public Private Partner Bill, 2012 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 19/02/2013
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
08/05/2014
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
17/07/2014
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included. Returned on the 2nd of December 2014 to Parliament for reconsideration.
09/07/2015
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
05/08/2015
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
96 13/2012 The Trade (Licensing) (Amendment) Bill, 2012 Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Minister of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives 30/10/2012
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
97 02/2011 The Retirement Benefits Sector Liberalization Bill, 2011 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 19/09/2013
The Bill is in its First Stage
98 19/2009 The Marriage and Divorce Bill, 2009 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs 23/02/2012
The Bill is re-introduced in the 9th Parliament.
04/04/2013
Bill read for the second time in the floor of Parliament but not concluded. . The Deputy Attorney General Hon. Rukutana requested to be granted more time, so as to report back within two months.
99 05/2015 The Indigenous and Complementary Medicine Bill, 2015 Government The Committee on Health Minister of Health 12/03/2015
First Read in the 9th Parliament on the 12/03/2015 and was laid in the floor on the 05/10/2016
05/02/2019
Motion moved and Agreed to.
05/02/2019
Bill passed by Parliament.
12/06/2019
Bill waiting to be assented by the President.
100 02/2016 The Uganda Communications (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Government The Committee on Information, Communication Technology and National Guidance Minister of Information, Communications Technology and National Guidance 09/03/2016

First Read in the 9th Parliament and laid in the floor of Parliament on 05/10/2016 in the 10th Parliament.

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

05/04/2017
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Discussed for the second time on 05/04/2017 and again on the 06/04/2017
06/04/2017
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
21/04/2017
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
22/02/2017
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
101 32/2015 The Data Protection and Privacy Bill, 2015 Government The Committee on Information, Communication Technology and National Guidance Minister of Information, Communications Technology and National Guidance 20/04/2016
Bill was first read in the 9th Parliament on the 20/04/2016 and laid at table in the 10th Parliament on the 15/11/2016
04/12/2018
Motion moved and agreed to by the whole house.
06/12/2018
Bill passed by Parliament05/02/2019
Bill passed by Parliament
05/02/2019
Bill is presented to the President and awaits to be assented to.
25/02/2019
Bill is now an Act of Parliament.
102 11/2016 The Insurance Bill, 2016 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 21/04/2016
First read in the 9th Parliament on the 21/04/2016 and was laid at Table in the 10th Parliament on the 15/11/2016
22/02/2017
Motion for the Second Reading was passed
09/03/2017
Bill is passed by Parliament
12/05/2017
Bill is presented to the President and awaits to be assented.
23/05/2017
Bill is now an Act of Parliament
103 16/2016 The International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (Implementation of the pact on Security, Stability and Development in the Great Lakes Region) Bill, 2016 Government The Committee on Foreign Affairs Minister of Foreign Affairs 18/01/2017

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

17/05/2017
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
17/05/2017
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
04/09/2017
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
20/12/2017
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
104 12/2016 The Uganda National Health Laboratory Services Bill, 2016 Government The Committee on Health Minister of Health 19/01/2016
The Bill is read for the first time
105 21/2018 The National Graduate Scheme Bill, 2018 Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Mp, BUNYA COUNTY EAST 09/01/2019
Bill is still in the First Stage .
10/09/2019
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
106 09/2018 The Income Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2018 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 03/04/2018
Bill is still in the First Stage
24/05/2018
Bill is in its second stage.
24/05/2018
Bill is being agreed to and passed by the Members of Parliament
18/06/2018
Bill is presented to the President and awaits to be assented.
21/06/2018
Bill is now an Act of Parliament.
107 05/2018 The Lotteries and Gaming (Amendment) Bill, 2018 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 03/04/2018
Bill is still in its First Stage
23/05/2018
Bill is now at the Second Stage.
23/05/2018
Bill is Passed by the Floor of Parliament.
18/06/2018
Bill is presented to the President and awaits to be assented
20/06/2018
Bill is now an Act of Parliament.
108 03/2018 The Excise Duty (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill, 2018 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 19/07/2018
Bill is in its First Stage
27/09/2019
Bill is in its second Stage.
02/10/2018
Bill is agreed to and Passed by the Members of Parliament
10/10/2018
Bill is presented to the President and awaits to be assented.
25/10/2018
Bill is now an Act of Parliament.
109 15/2018 The African Export-Import Bank Agreement (Implementation) Bill, 2018 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 19/09/2018
Bill is still in its First Stage.
06/12/2018
Bill is in its Second Stage.
06/12/2018
Bill is being passed by Parliament.
20/12/2018
Bill is presented to the President and awaits to be assented.
23/12/2018
Bill is now an Act of Parliament.
110 19/2018 The Persons with Disabilities Bill, 2018 Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development 16/01/2019
Bill is still in its First Stage
27/03/2019
Bill was read for the Second time in the Floor of Parliament. Clauses 1, 3-8 were considered on the 28/03/2018 and on the 3/04/2019 clauses 2, 8-51 were considered
04/04/2019
Bill has been passed by the Members of Parliament.
05/08/2019
Bill is presented to the President and awaits to be assented.
111 17/2018 The Physical Planning (Amendment) Bill, 2018 Government The Committee on Public Service and Local Government Minister of Lands, Housing and Urban Development 05/02/2019
Bill is in its first Stage.
10/07/2019
Bill is at its Second stage.
112 12/2011 The Anti- Pornography Bill, 2011 Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Information, Communications Technology and National Guidance 13/12/2011
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
19/12/2013
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
19/12/2013
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
22/01/2014
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
06/02/2014
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
113 10/2011 The Appropriation Bill, 2011 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 15/09/2011
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
15/09/2011
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
15/09/2011
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
22/09/2011
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
29/09/2011
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
114 28/2015 The Kampala Capital City Authority (Amendment) Bill, 2015 Government The Committee on Presidential Affairs Minister for Kampala Capital City and Metropolitan Affairs 10/11/2015
First Reading in the 9th Parliament and laid in the 10th Parliament on 09/10/2017.
30/07/2019
Bill is in its Second Stage. Committee Stage deferred to 31/07/2019
15/08/2019
Bill has been passed by Parliament
115 7/2011 The Finance (No.2) 2002 (Amendment) Bill, 2011 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 20/07/2011
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
06/09/2011
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
06/09/2011
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
22/09/2011
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
29/09/2011
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
116 4/2011 The Income Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2011 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 20/07/2011
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
20/07/2011
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
20/07/2011
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
22/09/2011
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
29/09/2011
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
117 13/2011 The National Population Council Bill, 2011 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 07/02/2012
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
11/07/2013
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
23/07/2011
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
29/10/2013
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
06/01/2014
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
118 11/2006 The Excise Tariff (Amendment) Bill, 2006 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 22/08/2006
Bill is still in its first Reading.
14/09/2006
Bill is in its second Stage
14/09/2006
Bill is being passed by Parliament.
21/10/2009
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
29/10/2009
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
119 6/2011 The Stamps (Amendment) Bill, 2011 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 20/07/2011
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
07/09/2011
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
07/09/2011
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
22/09/2011
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
29/09/2011
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
120 9/2011 The Supplementary Appropriation Bill, 2011 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 06/09/2011
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
14/09/2011
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
14/09/2011
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
22/09/2011
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
29/09/2011
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
121 5/2011 The Value Added Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2011 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 20/07/2011
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
07/09/2011
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
07/09/2011
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
22/09/2011
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
29/09/2011
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
122 2/2010 The Plant Variety Protection Bill, 2010 Government The Committee on Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries Minister of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries
123 22/2010 The Anti Counterfeiting Goods Bill, 2010 Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Minister of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities
124 21/2010 The Appropriate Bill, 2010 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
125 20/2010 The Supplementary Appropriation Bill, 2010 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
126 5/2010 The HIV and AIDS Prevention and Control Bill, 2010 Government The Committee on Health Chairperson HIV/AIDS Committee
127 24/2010 The Institution of Traditional or Cultural Leaders Bill, 2010 Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development
128 1/2010 The Insurance (Amendment) Bill, 2010 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
129 18/2010 The National Council for Disability (Amendment) Bill, 2010 Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development
130 17/2010 The National Council for Older Persons Bill, 2010 Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development 07/03/2012
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
27/06/2012
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
12/03/2012
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
18/10/2012
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
27/07/2012
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
131 9/2010 The Parliamentary Pensions (Amendment) Bill, 2010 Government The Committee on Public Service and Local Government Minister of Public Service
132 3/2010 The Plant Protection and Health Bill, 2010 Government The Committee on Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries Minister of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries
133 8/2010 The Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets (Amendment) Bill, 2010 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
134 10/2010 The Uganda National Bureau of Standards (Amendment) Bill, 2010 Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Minister of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives
135 13/2010 The Value Added Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2010 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 16/08/2010
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
28/09/2010
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
28/09/2010
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
15/10/2010
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
19/10/2010
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
136 05/2022 The Excise Duty (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 31/03/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

31/03/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
18/05/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
18/05/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.18/05/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
31/05/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
21/07/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality. The Deputy speaker informed the House that H.E the President had returned the Bill for reconsideration.
137 06/2022 The Value Added Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 31/03/2022
Bill is still in its First Stage.
17/05/2022
Bill is being discussed for the Second Time in the Floor of Parliament
17/05/2022
Bill is passed by Parliament.
31/05/2022
Bill is waiting for Presidents assent.
02/06/2022
Bill is now an Act of Parliament.
138 07/2022 The Uganda Revenue Authority (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 31/03/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

139 08/2022 The Traffic and Road Safety (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 31/03/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

17/05/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
17/05/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
17/08/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
17/08/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
140 11/2022 The Tax Procedures Code (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 31/03/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

18/05/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
18/05/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.18/05/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
31/05/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
02/06/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
141 10/2022 The Tax Appeals Tribunal (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 31/03/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

17/05/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
17/05/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
31/05/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
02/06/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
142 04/2022 The Stamp Duty (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 31/03/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

17/05/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
17/05/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
31/05/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
02/06/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
143 03/2022 The Income Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 31/03/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

18/05/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
18/05/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
31/05/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
02/06/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
144 09/2022 The Finance (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 31/03/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

145 16/2010 The Uganda National Meteorological Authority Bill, 2010 Government The Committee on Natural Resources Minister of Water and Environment 07/02/2012
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
18/04/2012
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
19/04/2012
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
03/10/2012
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
10/10/2012
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
146 13/2009 The Anti-Money Laundering Bill, 2009 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 10/04/2012
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
27/06/2013
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated
10/07/2013
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
19/09/2013
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
02/10/2013
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
147 12/2009 The Chattels Securities Bill, 2009 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Attorney General 23/02/2012
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
19/12/2013
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
19/12/2013
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
05/02/2014
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
06/03/2014
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
148 4/2009 The Domestic Violence Bill, 2009 Government The Committee on Human Rights Attorney General 17/09/2009
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
11/11/2009
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
12/11/2009
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
25/02/2010
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
17/03/2010
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
149 14/1994 THE SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION (FINANCIAL YEAR 1993/94) BILL, 1994 Private Member The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
150 16/2022 Computer Misuse (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Private Member The Committee on Information, Communication Technology and National Guidance Mp, KAMPALA CENTRAL DIVISION 19/07/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

08/09/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
08/09/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
08/09/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
10/10/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
151 17/2022 Parliamentary Pensions (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Private Member The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister of Works and Transport 19/07/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

08/09/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
08/09/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
15/09/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
08/02/2023
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
152 02/2022 The Constitutional (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Private Member Committee on Whole House Mp, KIBANDA SOUTH COUNTY 05/07/2022
Bill is still in its first stage on the floor of Parliament.
153 03/2023 The Anti- Homosexuality Bill, 2023 Private Member The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Mp, BUGIRI MUNICIPALITY 09/03/2023

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

21/03/2023
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
21/03/2023
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included. It was returned by the president for reconsideration and dated by the Legislators on 2 May 2023.
04/05/2023
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
26/05/2023
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
154 14/ 2022 National Legal Aid Bill, 2022 Private Member The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Mp, KUMI COUNTY 28/09/2022
Bill is read for the first time on the floor of Parliament.
23/05/2023
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
155 13/2022 The National Content Bill, 2022 Private Member The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Mp, KASSANDA COUNTY NORTH
156 21/2020 The Prevention and Prohibition of Human Sacrifice Bill, 2020 Private Member The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Mp, AYIVU DIVISION EAST 08/04/2021
Bill is read for the first time on the floor of Parliament.
08/05/2021
Bill is being discussed for the second time on the floor of Parliament.
08/05/2021
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
157 12/2020 The Constitution (Amendment) Bill, 2020 Private Member The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Mp, IGARA COUNTY EAST 21/05/2020
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
158 19/2020 The Constitutional (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill, 2020 Private Member The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Mp, JINJA NORTH DIVISION 29/07/2020
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
159 20/2020 The Constitutional (Amendment) (No.3) Bill, 2020 Private Member The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Mp, KIBANDA SOUTH COUNTY 05/08/2020
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
160 23/2009 The Electoral Commission (Amendment) Bill, 2009 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Attorney General 19/12/2009
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
20/04/2010
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
21/04/2010
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
25/05/2010
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
05/06/2010
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
161 1/2009 The Emoluments and Benefits of the President, Vice President and Prime Minister Bill, 2009 Government The Committee on Presidential Affairs Minister of Public Service 01/03/2009
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
22/10/2009
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
23/06/2010
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
16/07/2010
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
05/08/2010
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
162 7/2009 The Excise Tariff (Amendment) Bill, 2009 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 08/07/2009
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
17/09/2009
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
17/09/2009
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
21/10/2009
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
29/10/2009
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
163 10/2009 The Finance Bill, 2009 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 07/07/2009
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
21/09/2009
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
21/09/2009
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
20/10/2009
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
03/11/2009
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
164 6/2009 The Income Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2009 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 07/07/2009
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
21/09/2009
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
21/09/2009
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
20/10/2009
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
03/11/2009
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
165 5/2009 The Industrial Property Bill, 2009 Government The Committee on Science, Technology and Innovation Attorney General 09/07/2009
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
06/08/2013
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
21/08/2013
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
06/12/2013
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
06/01/2014
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
166 11/2009 The Insolvency Bill, 2009 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Attorney General 18/08/2009
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
20/04/2011
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
21/04/2011
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
25/07/2011
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
08/08/2011
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
167 3/2009 Kampala Capital City Bill, 2009 Government The Committee on Public Service and Local Government Minister of Local Government
168 25/2009 The Local Government (Amendment) Bill, 2009 Government The Committee on Public Service and Local Government Minister of Local Government
169 22/2009 The Parliamentary Elections (Amendment) Act, 2009 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Attorney General
170 24/2009 The Political Parties and Organization (Amendment) Bill, 2009 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Attorney General
171 2/2009 The Prevention of Trafficking in Persons Bill, 2009 Government The Committee on Defence and Internal Affairs Mp, RUKUNGIRI MUNICIPALITY
172 20/2009 The Regional Governments Bills, 2009 Government The Committee on Public Service and Local Government Minister of Local Government
173 9/2009 The Stamps (Amendment) Bill, 2009 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
174 15/2009 The Supplementary Appropriation Bill, 2009 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
175 1/2008 The Business, Technical, Vocational Education and Training Bill, 2008 Government The Committee on Education and Sports Minister of Education and Sports
176 23/2008 The Computer Misuse Bill, 2008 Government The Committee on Information, Communication Technology and National Guidance Minister of Information, Communications Technology and National Guidance
177 2/2008 The Contracts Bill, 2008 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Attorney General
178 22/2008 The Electronic Signatures Bill, 2008 Government The Committee on Information, Communication Technology and National Guidance Minister of Information, Communications Technology and National Guidance
179 24/2008 The Electronic Transactions Bill, 2008 Government The Committee on Information, Communication Technology and National Guidance Minister of Information, Communications Technology and National Guidance
180 12/2008 The Excise Tariff (Amendment) Bill, 2008 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
181 21/2008 The Implementation of Government Assurances Bill, 2008 Government The Committee on Government Assurance and Implementation Mp, MAKINDYE DIVISION EAST
182 11/2008 The Income tax (Amendment) Bill, 2008 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
183 22/2022 The National Information Technology Authority, Uganda Bill, 2008 Government The Committee on Information, Communication Technology and National Guidance Minister of Information, Communications Technology and National Guidance
184 16/2008 The National Women’s Council (Amendment) Bill, 2008 Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development
185 17/2008 The National Youth Council (Amendment) Bill, 2008 Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development
186 15/2008 The Physical Planning Bill, 2008 Government The Committee on Physical Infrastructure Minister of Lands, Housing and Urban Development
187 5/2008 The Political Parties and Organisations (Amendment) Bill, 2008 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Attorney General
188 The Stamps (Amendment) Act, 2008 The Stamps (Amendment) Act, 2008 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
189 19/2008 The Supplementary Appropriation Bill, 2008 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
190 9/2008 The Trademarks Bill, 2008 Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Attorney General
191 18/2008 The Uganda Citizenship and Immigration Control (Amendment) Bill, 2008 Government The Committee on Defence and Internal Affairs Minister of Internal Affairs
192 25/2008 The Whistleblowers Protection Bill, 2008 Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Information, Communications Technology and National Guidance
193 22/2007 The Appropriation Bill, 2007 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
194 21/2007 The Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Bill, 2007. Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Attorney General
195 17/2007 The Atomic Energy Bill, 2007 Government The Committee on Natural Resources Minister of Energy and Mineral Development
196 20/2007 The Audit Bill, 2007 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
197 6/2007 The Education Bill, 2007 Government The Committee on Education and Sports Minister of Education and Sports
198 12/2007 The Excise Tariff (Amendment) Bill, 2007 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
199 11/2007 The Finance Bill, 2007 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
200 7/2007 The Hire Purchase Bill, 2007 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Attorney General
201 10/2007 The Income Tax (Amendment) Bill 2007 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
202 27/2007 The Land (Amendment) Bill, 2009 Government The Committee on Natural Resources Minister of Lands, Housing and Urban Development 19/03/2009
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
12/11/2009
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
26/11/2009
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
23/12/2009
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
06/01/2010
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
203 12/2022 The Appropriation Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 31/03/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

20/05/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
20/05/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
27/05/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
02/06/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
204 18/2007 The Local Governments (Amendment) (No.2) Bill, 2007 Government The Committee on Public Service and Local Government Minister of Local Government
205 25/2007 The Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (Control) Bill, 2007 Government The Committee on Defence and Internal Affairs Minister of Internal Affairs 16/03/2012
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
11/11/2014
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
19/11/2014
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
01/04/2015
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
09/04/2015
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
206 26/2007 The Prevention of Trafficking Person Bill, 2007 Government The Committee on Human Rights Mp, RUKUNGIRI MUNICIPALITY
207 00/2007 The Private Health Units (Regulation) Bill, 2007 Government The Committee on Health Minister of Works and Transport
208 4/2007 The Public Service Bill, 2007 Government The Committee on Public Service and Local Government Minister of Public Service
209 9/2007 The Regulation of Interception of Communications Bill, 2007 Government The Committee on Defence and Internal Affairs Minister of Defence and Veteran Affairs
210 5/2007 The Trade Secrets Protection Bill, 2007 Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Attorney General
211 14/2007 The Transfer of Convicted Offenders Bill, 2007 Government The Committee on Defence and Internal Affairs Attorney General 23/02/2012
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
17/05/2012
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
17/05/2012
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
18/07/2012
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
27/07/2012
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
212 3/2007 The Tourism Bill, 2007 Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Minister of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities
213 15/2007 The Value Added Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2007 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 24/07/2007
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
12/09/2007
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
12/09/2007
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
214 1/2007 The Veterinary and Para-Veterinary Practitioners Bill, 2007 Government The Committee on Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries Minister of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries
215 15/2006 The Appropriation Bill, 2006 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 07/09/2006
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
19/09/2006
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
19/09/2006
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
20/09/2006
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
25/09/2006
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
216 10/2006 The Finance Bill, 2006 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 22/08/2006
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
19/09/2006
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
19/09/2006
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
14/11/2006
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
02/12/2006
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
217 18/2006 The International Criminal Court Bill, 2006 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Attorney General 05/12/2006
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
10/03/2010
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
10/03/2010
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
26/04/2010
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
25/05/2010
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
218 13/2006 The Local Governments (Amendments) (No.2) Bill, 2006 Government The Committee on Public Service and Local Government Minister of Local Government 28/03/2006
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
03/08/2006
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
03/08/2006
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
09/08/2006
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
24/08/2006
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
219 1/2006 The Parliamentary Pensions Bill, 2006 Government The Committee on Public Service and Local Government Minister of Public Service 04/01/2006
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
06/01/2006
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
06/01/2006
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
17/07/2006
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.09/08/2006
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
20/07/2007
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.20/07/2007
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
220 25/2006 The Pharmacy Profession and Pharmacy Practice Bill, 2006 Government The Committee on Health Minister of Health 04/04/2007
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
05/11/2009
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
221 17/2006 The Public Service (Negotiating, Consultative and Disputes Settlement Machinery) Bill, 2006. Government The Committee on Public Service and Local Government Minister of Public Service 29/11/2006
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
27/09/2007
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
27/09/2007
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
20/05/2008
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
20/05/2008
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
222 14/2006 The Supplementary Appropriation Bill, 2006 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 06/09/2006
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
19/09/2006
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
19/09/2006
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
20/09/2006
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
25/09/2006
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
223 24/2006 The Uganda National Health Research Organization Bill, 2006 Government The Committee on Health Minister of Health 04/04/2007
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
08/04/2009
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
08/04/2004
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
25/08/2009
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
31/08/2009
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
224 22/2006 The Law Revision (Fine and Other Financial Amounts in Criminal Matters) Bill, 2006 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Attorney General 05/12/2006
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
27/02/2008
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
27/02/2008
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
08/07/2008
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
25/07/2008
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
225 9/2005 The Animal Diseases (Amendment) Bill, 2005 Government The Committee on Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries Minister of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries 29/03/2005
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
04/05/2006
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
04/05/2006
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
11/05/2006
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
24/05/2006
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
226 21/2005 The Appropriation Bill, 2005. Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 07/09/2005
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
09/09/2005
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
09/09/2005
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
20/09/2005
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
26/09/2005
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
227 28/2005 The Employment Bill, 2005 Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development 31/10/2005
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
27/03/2006
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
27/03/2006
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
25/05/2006
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
25/05/2006
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
228 16/2005 The Excise Tariff (Amendment) Bill, 2005 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 21/09/2005
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
21/09/2005
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
21/09/2005
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
25/10/2005
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
02/11/2005
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
229 17/2005 The Finance Bill, 2005 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 08/07/2005
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
20/09/2005
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
21/09/2005
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
22/09/2005
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
11/12/2005
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
230 27/2005 The Labour Disputes (Arbitration and Settlement) Bill, 2005 Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development 31/10/2005
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
28/03/2006
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
28/03/2006
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
11/05/2006
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
24/05/2006
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
231 26/2005 The Labour Unions Bill, 2005 Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development 31/10/2005
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
29/03/2006
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
29/03/2006
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
11/05/2006
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
24/05/2006
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
232 5/2005 The Constitution (Amendment) (No.2) Bill, 2005 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Attorney General 08/04/2005
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
233 11/2005 The Warehouse Receipt System Bill, 2005 Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Minister of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities 23/06/2005
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
30/03/2006
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
30/03/2006
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
11/05/2006
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
24/05/2006
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
234 13/2005 The Uganda Revenue Authority (Amendment) Bill, 2005 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 08/07/2005
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
22/11/2005
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
14/02/2007
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
23/04/2007
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
12/05/2007
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
235 19/2005 The Uganda National Roads Authority Bill, 2005 Government The Committee on Physical Infrastructure Minister of Works and Transport 30/08/2005
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
03/05/2006
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
04/05/2006
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
11/05/2006
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
24/05/2006
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
236 3/2005 The Uganda National Health Research Organisation Bill, 2005. Government The Committee on Health Minister of Health 04/05/2005
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
08/04/2009
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
08/04/2009
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
31/08/2009
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
31/08/2009
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
237 23/2005 The President Elections Bill, 2005 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Attorney General 27/09/2005
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
26/10/2005
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
26/10/2005
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
11/11/2005
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
16/11/2005
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
238 4/2005 The Pharmacy Profession and Pharmacy Practice Bill, 2005 Government The Committee on Health Minister of Health 03/05/2005
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
239 29/2005 The Occupational Safety and Health Bill, 2005 Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development 31/10/2005
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
27/03/2006
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
27/03/2006
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
11/05/2006
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
24/05/2006
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
240 22/2003 The Uganda Peoples Defence Forces Bill, 2003 Government The Committee on Defence and Internal Affairs Minister of Defence and Veteran Affairs
241 5/2004 The Finance (Amendment) Bill, 2004 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
242 13/2004 The Finance Bill, 2004 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
243 14/2004 The Firearms (Amendments) Bill, 2004 Government The Committee on Defence and Internal Affairs Minister of Internal Affairs
244 12/2004 The Income Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2004 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
245 8/2004 The National Agricultural Research Bill, 2004 Government The Committee on Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries Minister of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries
246 17/2004 The Supplementary Appropriation (No.2), Bill 2004 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
247 6/2004 The Supplementary Appropriation Bill, 2004 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
248 4/2004 The Trial on Indictments (Amendment) Bill, 2004 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs 01/08/2005
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
05/12/2006
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
21/02/2008
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
27/08/2008
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
09/09/2008
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
249 21/2004 The Uganda Broadcasting Corporation Bill, 2004 Government The Committee on Information, Communication Technology and National Guidance Minister of Information, Communications Technology and National Guidance 14/12/2004
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
24/02/2005
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
03/03/2005
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
18/04/2005
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
02/05/2005
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
250 4/2002 The National Planning Authority Bill, 2002 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 23/04/2002
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
13/05/2002
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
15/05/2002
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
16/05/2002
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
19/06/2002
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
251 8/2002 The Finance Bill, 2002 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 28/08/2002
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
30/08/2002
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
30/08/2002
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
20/11/2002
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
26/11/2002
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
252 21/2002 The National Youth Council (Amendment) Bill, 2002 Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development 12/11/2002

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

22/04/2003
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
23/04/2003
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
29/07/2003
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
28/07/2003
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
253 17/2002 The National Resistance Army (Amendment) Bill, 2002 Government The Committee on Defence and Internal Affairs Minister of Defence and Veteran Affairs 28/08/2002
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
12/12/2002
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
254 6/2002 The Financial Institutions Bill, 2002 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 02/07/2002
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
26/11/2002
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
30/04/2003
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
16/03/2004
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
21/03/2004
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
255 19/2002 The Supplementary Appropriation Bill, 2002 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 02/09/2002
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
256 5/2002 The Foreign Exchange Bill, 2002 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 02/07/2002
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
06/05/2003
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
14/05/2003
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
09/11/2004
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
13/11/2004
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
257 9/2002 The Income Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2002 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 13/08/2002
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
02/09/2002
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
02/09/2002
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
20/11/2002
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
04/12/2002
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
258 1/2002 The Micro Deposit-Taking Institutions Bill, 2002 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 19/02/2002
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
19/11/2002
The bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once the second reading is complete, the Bill proceeds to the committee stage, where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
20/11/2002
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
08/04/2003
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
11/04/2003
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
259 16/2002 The Nile Basin Initiative Bill, 2002 Government The Committee on Natural Resources Minister of Water and Environment 24/07/2002
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
18/09/2002
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
18/09/2002
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
10/10/2002
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
11/10/2002
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
260 24/2002 The Mining Bill, 2002 Government The Committee on Natural Resources Minister of Energy and Mineral Development 17/12/2002
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
14/05/2003
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
14/05/2003
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
17/07/2003
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
30/07/2003
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
261 22/2002 The National Council for Disability Bill, 2002 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development 12/11/2002
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
15/05/2003
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
15/05/2003
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
29/08/2003
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
10/09/2003
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
262 25/2002 The National Forestry and Tree Planting Bill, 2002 Government The Committee on Natural Resources Minister of Water and Environment 03/12/2002
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
08/05/2003
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
13/05/2003
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
13/06/2003
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
17/06/2003
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
263 35/2021 Uganda Human Organ Donation and Transplant Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Health Minister of Health 05/07/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

20/09/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
29/09/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
17/11/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
15/03/2023
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
264 1/1991 THE NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANISATIONS REGISTRATION (AMENDMENT) BILL, 1991. Government The Committee on Defence and Internal Affairs Minister of Internal Affairs
265 16/1991 THE UGANDA AIDS COMMISSION BILL, 1991 Government The Committee on Health Minister of Health
266 9/1991 THE EAST AFRICAN CIVIL AVIATION ACADEMY BILL, 1991 Government The Committee on Physical Infrastructure Minister of Works and Transport
267 10/1991 THE NATIONAL TEXTILES BOARD (REPEAL) BILL. 1991 Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Minister of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives
268 18/1991 THE RESISTANCE COMMITTEES (JUDICIAL POWERS) (AMENDMENTS) BILL, 1991. Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs
269 11/1991 THE UGANDA CEMENT CORPORATION (REPEAL) BILL, 1991 Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Minister of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives
270 8/1997 THE INCOME TAX BILL, 1997 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
271 22/1997 THE MOVEMENT (AMENDMENT) BILL, 1997 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs
272 6/1997 THE MOVEMENT BILL, 1997 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs
273 24/1997 THE SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION BILL, 1997 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
274 17/1997 THE TAX APPEALS TRIBUNAL BILL, 1997 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
275 20/1997 THE TRIAL ON INDICTMENTS (AMENDMENT) BILL, 1997 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs
276 13/1996 THE ELECTORAL COMMISSION BILL, 1996 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs
277 9/1996 THE EXPROPRIATED PROPERTIES (FINAL DISPOSAL) BILL, 1996 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
278 7/1996 THE FINANCIAL YEAR (PRESCRIPTION) BILL, 1996 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
279 4/1996 THE NATIONAL RECORDS AND ARCHIVES BILL, 1996 Government The Committee on Public Service and Local Government Minister of Public Service
280 16/1996 THE NATIONAL RESISTANCE MOVEMENT BILL, 1996. Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs
281 12/1996 THE UGANDA COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION BILL, 1996 Government The Committee on Information, Communication Technology and National Guidance Minister of Works and Transport
282 18/1992 THE NATIONAL ENTERPRISE CORPORATION BILL, 1992 Government The Committee on Defence and Internal Affairs Minister of Defence and Veteran Affairs
283 8/1992 THE FINANCE BILL, 1992. Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
284 24/1992 THE NATIONAL INFORMATION POLICY AND CO-ORDINATING AGENCY BILL, 1992 Government The Committee on Public Service and Local Government Minister of Public Service
285 27/1992 THE NATIONAL YOUTH COUNCIL BILL, 1992 Government The Committee on Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries Minister of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries
286 23/1990 THE APPROPRIATION BILL, 1990 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 16/10/1990
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
18/10/1990
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
18/10/1990
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
287 19/1990 THE INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION BILL, 1990. Government The Committee on Public Service and Local Government Minister of Public Service
288 20/1990 THE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES BILL, 1990 Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Minister of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives
289 15/1990 THE EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY MEDIATION AGREEMENT BILL, 1990 Government The Committee on Foreign Affairs Attorney General
290 6/1990 THE TRIAL ON INDICTMENTS (AMENDMENTS) BILL, 1990 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Attorney General
291 15/1993 THE NATIONAL DRUG POLICY AND AUTHORITY BILL, 1993 Government The Committee on Health Minister of Health
292 4/2000 THE MARINE INSURANCE BILL, 2000 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs
293 17/2000 THE NATIONAL RECORDS AND ARCHIVES BILL, 2000 Government The Committee on Public Service and Local Government Minister of Public Service
294 10/2000 THE NON-PERFORMING ASSETS RECOVERY TRUST (AMENDMENT) BILL, 2000. Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
295 12/2000 THE TAX APPEALS TRIBUNALS (AMENDMENT) BILL, 2000 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
296 26/2000 THE NON-GOVERNMENT ORGANISATIONS REGISTRATION (AMENDMENT) BILL, 2000 Government The Committee on Defence and Internal Affairs Minister of Internal Affairs
297 21/2000 THE SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION BILL, 2000 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
298 23/1996 THE TRIAL ON INDICTMENTS (AMENDMENT)(NO.2) BILL, 1996 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs
299 15/2022 Museums and Monuments Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Minister of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities 07/12/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

14/09/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
14/09/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
29/11/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
09/03/2023
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
300 18/2022 The Trustees Incorporation (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Attorney General 23/08/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

30/08/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
30/08/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
06/09/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
07/09/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
301 25/2022 The Anti- Terrorism (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Defence and Internal Affairs Attorney General 23/08/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

30/08/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
30/08/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
06/09/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
07/09/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
302 23/2022 The Cooperative Societies (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Attorney General 23/08/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

30/08/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
30/08/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
06/09/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
07/09/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
303 24/2022 The Partnership (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Attorney General 23/08/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

30/08/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
30/08/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
06/09/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
07/09/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
304 21/2022 Companies (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs 23/08/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

30/08/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
30/08/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
06/09/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
07/09/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
305 20/2022 The Insolvency (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Attorney General 23/08/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

30/08/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
30/08/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
06/09/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
07/09/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
306 018/2022 The Anti-Money Laundering (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Attorney General 23/08/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

30/08/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
30/08/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
06/09/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
07/09/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
307 32/2021 The Public Health (Amendment) Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Health Minister of Health 02/03/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

12/07/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
19/07/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
19/07/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
08/02/2023
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
308 19/2022 The Employment (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development 21/09/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

21/09/2022
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
24/05/2023
second24/05/2023
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
24/05/2023
Third reading24/05/2023
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
309 18/2021 The Kampala Capital City Authority (Amendment) Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Presidential Affairs Minister for Kampala Capital City and Metropolitan Affairs 04/05/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

19/07/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. The speaker directed the committee to expedite the processing of the bill and report back by 28/07/2022. The Second Reading was on 03/08/2022
03/08/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
03/08/2022
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
14/10/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
310 29/2022 The Law Revision (Miscellaneous Amendment) Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Attorney General 23/12/2022

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

14/03/2023
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
14/03/2023
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
03/04/2023
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
10/05/2023
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
311 27/2022 The Micro Finance Deposit-Taking Institutions (Amendment) Bill, 2022 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 28/02/2023

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

09/03/2023
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
09/03/2023
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
03/04/2023
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
16/05/2023
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
312 13/2021 The Appropriation Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 01/04/2021

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

07/05/2021
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
07/05/2021
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
13/05/2021
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
31/05/2021
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
313 03/2021 The Excise Duty (Amendment) Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 01/04/2021

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

29/04/2021
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
29/04/2021
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
03/05/2021
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
10/05/2021
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
314 04/2021 The Fish (Amendment) Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 01/04/2021

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

03/05/2021
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
03/05/2021
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
28/05/2021
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
01/05/2021
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
315 02/2021 The External Trade (Amendment) Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 01/04/2021

Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.

03/05/2021
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
316 05/2021 The Income Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 01/04/2021
Bill is read for the first time on the floor of Parliament
29/04/2021
Bill is discussed for the second time on the floor of Parliament.
03/05/2021
Parliament has passed the Bill.
16/12/2021
Bill is presented to the President and awaits assent.
20/12/2021
Bill is now an Act of Parliament.
317 06/2021 The Mining (Amendment) Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 01/04/2021
Bill is read for the first time on the floor of Parliament.
03/05/2021
Bill is being discussed for the second time on the floor of Parliament.
03/05/2021
Parliament has passed the Bill.
18/05/2021
Bill has been presented to the President and awaits assent.
01/06/2021
Bill is now an Act of Parliament.
318 07/2021 The Stamp Duty (Amendment), 2021 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 01/04/2021
Bill is read for the first time on the floor of Parliament.
29/04/2021
Bill is being discussed for the second time on the Floor of Parliament.
29/04/2021
Parliament has passed the Bill.
18/05/2021
Bill has been presented to the President and awaits assent.
29/05/2021
Bill is now an Act of Parliament.
319 12/2021 The Tax Appeals Tribunal (Amendment) Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 01/04/2021
Bill is read for the First time on the floor of Parliament.
03/05/2021
Bill is being discussed for the second time on the floor of Parliament.
03/05/2021
Parliament has passed the Bill.
18/05/2021
Bill has been presented to the President and awaits assent.
31/05/2021
Bill is now an Act of Parliament.
320 08/2021 The Tax Procedures Code (Amendment) Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 01/04/2021
Bill is being read for the first time on the floor of Parliament.
29/04/2021
Bill is being discussed for the second time on the floor of Parliament.
29/04/2021
Parliament has passed the Bill.
18/05/2021
Bill has been presented to the President and awaits assent.
31/05/2021
Bill is now an Act of Parliament.
321 09/2021 The Tobacco Control (Amendment) Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 01/04/2021
Bill is read for the first time on the floor of Parliament.
03/05/2021
Bill is being discussed for the second time on the floor of Parliament.
03/05/2021
Parliament has passed the Bill.
18/05/2021
Bill has been presented to the President and awaits assent.
01/06/2021
Bill is now an Act of Parliament.
322 10/2021 The Traffic and Road Safety Act (Amendment) Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 01/04/2021
Bill is read for the first time on the floor of Parliament.
03/05/2021
Bill is being discussed for the second time on the floor of Parliament.
323 11/2021 The Value Added Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 01/04/2021
Bill is read for the first time and laid on the table on the floor of Parliament
29/04/2021
Bill is being discussed for the second time on the floor of parliament.
29/04/2021
Parliament agreed and passed the Bill.
18/05/2021
Bill has been presented to the President and awaits assent.
29/05/2021
Bill is now an Act of Parliament.
324 14/2021 The Supplementary Appropriation Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 22/01/2022
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
17/05/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
17/05/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
14/06/2022
Bill is Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or withholds assent.
17/08/2022
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
325 28/2020 The Leadership Code (Amendment) Bill, 2020 Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development 19/11/2020
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
18/03/2021
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
18/03/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
29/03/2021
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
23/04/2021
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
326 01/2020 The National Climate Change Bill, 2020 Government The Committee on Education and Sports Minister of Water and Environment 26/06/2020
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
13/04/2020
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
27/04/2020
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
18/07/2021
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
14/08/2020
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
327 23/2020 The Inland Water Transport Bill, 2020 Government The Committee on Physical Infrastructure Minister of Works and Transport 25/08/2020
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
07/05/2021
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
10/05/2021
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
15/07/2021
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
14/08/2020
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
328 12/2019 The Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets (Amendment) Bill, 2019 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 30/07/2019
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
19/12/2019
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
14/04/2021
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
20/05/2021
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
02/06/2021
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
329 24/2019 The Estate of Missing Persons (Management) (Amendment) Bill, 2019 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Attorney General 14/08/2019
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
16/03/2021
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
16/03/2021
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
27/05/2021
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
02/06/2021
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
330 22/2019 The Administration of Estates (Small Estates) (Special Provision) (Amendment) Bill, 2019 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Attorney General 14/08/2019
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
16/03/2021
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
17/03/2021
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
27/05/2021
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
13/07/2021
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
331 25/2019 The Probate (Resealing) (Amendment) Bill, 2019 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Attorney General 14/08/2019
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
16/03/2021
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
07/03/2021
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
27/05/2021
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
14/07/2021
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
332 23/2019 The Administrator General (Amendment Bill), 2019 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Attorney General 14/08/2019
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
16/03/2021
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
16/03/2021
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
27/05/2021
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
10/06/2019
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
333 16/2020 Uganda National Examination Board Bill, 2021 Government The Committee on Education and Sports Minister of Education and Sports 14/07/2020
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
02/02/2021
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
04/02/2021
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
04/03/2021
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
10/03/2021
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
334 02/2020 National Curriculum Development Centre (Amendment) Bill, 2020 Government The Committee on Education and Sports Minister of Education and Sports 24/06/2020
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
02/02/2021
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
03/02/2021
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
25/03/2021
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
21/03/2021
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
335 20/2018 The National Coffee Bill, 2018 Government The Committee on Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries Minister of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries 30/04/2019
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
30/06/2020
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
18/03/2021
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
26/04/2021
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
31/08/2021
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
336 13/2019 The Labour Disputes (Arbitration and Settlement) (Amendment) Bill, 2019 Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development 01/10/2019
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
28/07/2020
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
16/09/2020
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
01/12/2020
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent
10/03/2021
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
337 05/2020 The Excise Duty (Amendment) Bill, 2020 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 31/03/2020
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
14/04/2020
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
21/04/2020
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
09/11/2020
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
24/11/2020
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.24/11/2020
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
338 08/2020 The Value Added Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2020 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 31/03/2020
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
15/04/2020
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
15/04/2020
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
26/05/2020
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
30/06/2020
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
339 09/2020 The Tax Procedures Code (Amendment) Bill, 2020 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 31/03/2020
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
20/10/2020
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
21/10/2020
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
09/11/2020
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
24/11/2020
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
340 07/2020 The Income Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2020 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 31/03/2020
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
15/04/2020
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
16/04/2020
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
09/11/2020
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
24/11/2020
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
341 06/2020 The Stamp Duty (Amendment) Bill, 2020 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 31/03/2020
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
14/04/2020
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
14/04/2020
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
26/05/2020
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
07/06/2020
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
342 04/2020 The Appropriation Bill, 2020 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 31/03/2020
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
24/04/2020
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
24/04/2020
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
15/06/2020
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
27/06/2020
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
343 03/2020 The Supplementary Appropriation Bill, 2020 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 01/04/2020
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
344 11/2020 The Tobacco (Amendment) Bill, 2020 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 07/04/2020
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
14/04/2020
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
14/04/2020
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
26/05/2020
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
05/07/2020
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
345 28/2019 The National Payment Systems Bill, 2019 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 14/11/2019
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
26/05/2020
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
28/05/2020
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
27/07/2020
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
29/09/2020
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
346 24/2020 The Parliamentary Elections (Amendment) Bill, 2020 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs 25/07/2020
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
15/02/2020
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
04/08/2020
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
26/05/2020
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
17/06/2020
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
347 25/2020 The Local Governments (Amendment) Bill, 2020 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister of Local Government 24/09/2020
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
24/09/2020
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
29/09/2020
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
06/08/2020
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
17/08/2020
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
348 06/2016 The Finance Bill, 2016 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 10/03/2016
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
14/04/2016
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
14/04/2016
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
21/04/2016
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
30/06/2016
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
349 14/2015 The Uganda Heart Institute Bill, 2015 Government The Committee on Health Minister of Health 07/07/2015
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
10/05/2016
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
10/05/2016
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
14/07/2016
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
15/07/2016
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
350 13/2016 The Leadership Code (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Government The Committee on Rules, Privileges and Discipline Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development 17/08/2016
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
08/12/2016
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
12/04/2017
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
12/05/2017
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
17/05/2017
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
351 09/2016 The Appropriation Bill, 2016 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 14/04/2016
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
03/05/2016
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
03/05/2016
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
23/05/2016
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
30/11/-0001
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
352 01/2019 The National Local Content Bill, 2019 Private Member The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Mp, KASSANDA COUNTY NORTH 30/01/2019
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
25/05/2019
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading
06/09/2022
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
353 13/2014 The Immunisation Bill, 2014 Private Member The Committee on Health Mp, MUBENDE MUNICIPALITY 24/04/2014
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session. The first reading of a Bill can happen anytime in a parliamentary session.
17/12/2015
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
17/12/2015
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
01/03/2016
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
10/03/2015
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
354 23/2010 The Prohibition and prevention of Torture Bill, 2010 Private Member The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Mp, NDORWA COUNTY EAST 08/02/2012
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
26/04/2012
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
26/04/2012
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
18/07/2012
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
27/07/2012
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
355 24/2023 The Alcoholic Drinks Control Bill, 2023 Private Member The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Mp, TORORO MUNICIPALITY 14/11/2023
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
356 33/2023 The Human Assisted Reproductive Technology Bill, 2023. Private Member The Committee on Health Mp, TORORO MUNICIPALITY 05/03/2024
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
357 34/2021 The National Sports Bill, 2021 Private Member The Committee on Education and Sports Mp, BUDIOPE EAST COUNTY 09/03/2022
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
01/03/2023
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
27/06/2023
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
06/07/2023
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
17/08/2023
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
358 013/2022 National Local Content Bill, 2022 Private Member The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Mp, KASSANDA COUNTY NORTH 03/05/2022
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
06/09/2022
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
29/03/2023
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
22/05/2023
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
23/06/2023
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
359 15/2023 The Contract Farming Bill, 2023. Private Member The Committee on Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries Mp, KIMAANYA-KABONERA DIVISION 30/04/2024
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament, and is usually a formality. It takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
360 08/2016 The Supplementary Appropriation Bill, 2016 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 06/04/2016
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
04/05/2016
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
04/05/2016
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
361 07/2016 The Excise Duty (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 10/03/2016
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
14/04/2016
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
14/04/2016
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included. On the 10th of May 2016, the bill was returned to Parliament by the President for reconsideration.
16/05/2016
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
28/05/2016
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
362 04/2016 The Stamp Duty (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 10/03/2016
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
07/04/2016
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
14/04/2016
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
21/04/2016
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
30/06/2016
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
363 03/2016 The Value Added Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 10/03/2016
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
14/04/2016
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
14/04/2016
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
21/04/2016
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
14/05/2016
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
364 09/2015 The Tier IV Microfinance Institutions Bill, 2015 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 07/01/2016
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
28/04/2016
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
04/05/2016
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
04/07/2016
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
05/07/2016
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
365 14/2014 The Uganda Development Corporation Bill, 2014 Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Minister of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives 26/02/2015
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
26/11/2015
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
03/03/2016
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
21/04/2016
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
14/05/2016
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
366 03/2015 The Children (Amendment) Bill, 2015 Government The Committee on Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development 19/02/2015
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
03/01/2016
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
02/03/2016
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
16/05/2016
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
20/05/2016
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
367 21/2015 The Capital Markets Authority (Amendment) Bill, 2015 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 11/11/2015
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
01/03/2016
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
01/03/2016
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
22/04/2016
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
03/05/2016
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
368 10/2015 The Non-Governmental Organisations Bill, 2015 Government The Committee on Defence and Internal Affairs Minister of Internal Affairs 13/05/2015
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
19/08/2015
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
26/11/2015
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
25/01/2016
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
30/01/2016
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
369 16/2015 The Financial Institutions (Amendment) Bill, 2015 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 13/08/2015
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
24/12/2015
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
06/01/2016
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
08/01/2016
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
19/01/2016
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
370 12/2015 The Anti-Terrorism (Amendment) Bill, 2015 Government The Committee on Defence and Internal Affairs Minister of Internal Affairs 30/04/2015
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
18/06/2015
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading.
18/06/2015
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
08/01/2016
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
19/01/2016
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
371 01/2023 The Public Service Pension Fund Bill, 2023 Government The Business Committee Minister of Public Service 14/03/2023
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
23/05/2023
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
372 13/2013 The Hotel and Tourism Training Institute Bill, 2013 Government The Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industry Minister of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities 05/03/2014
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session. The first reading of a Bill can happen anytime in a parliamentary session.
25/03/2015
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
26/03/2015
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
28/10/2015
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
04/11/2015
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
373 14/2013 The Stamp Duty Bill, 2013 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 14/05/2014
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
15/09/2014
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
15/09/2014
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
25/09/2014
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
19/10/2014
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
374 15/2013 The Lotteries and Gaming Bill, 2013 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 14/05/2014
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
13/08/2015
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
12/11/2015
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
16/12/2015
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
28/12/2015
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
375 09/2014 The Value Added (Amendment) Bill, 2014 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 15/07/2014
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
15/09/2014
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
23/09/2014
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
14/10/2014
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
19/10/2014
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
376 04/2014 The Parliamentary Pension (Amendment) Bill, 2014 Government The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Mp, DISTRICT WOMAN REPESENATIVE 10/09/2014
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
25/06/2015
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
05/08/2015
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
30/09/2015
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
12/10/2015
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
377 11/2014 The Supplementary Appropriation Bill, 2014 Government The Budget Committee Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 18/09/2014
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
23/09/2014
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
23/09/2014
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
09/12/2014
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
23/12/2014
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
378 12/2014 The Appropriation Bill, 2014 Government The Budget Committee Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 25/09/2014
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
25/09/2014
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
30/09/2014
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
09/12/2014
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
11/10/2014
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
379 16/2013 The Excise Duty Bill, 2013 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 14/05/2014
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
11/09/2014
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
12/09/2014
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
14/10/2014
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
19/10/2013
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
380 11/23 The Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters (Implementation) Bill, 2023 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 02/05/2023
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
02/05/2023
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
16/05/2023
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
22/05/2023
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
23/06/2023
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
381 05/2023 The Income Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2023 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 02/05/2023
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
02/05/2023
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
02/05/2023
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
18/07/2023
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
17/08/2023
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
382 06/2023 The Excise Duty (Amendment) Bill, 2023 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 02/05/2023
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
02/05/2023
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
04/05/2023
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
05/07/2023
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
17/08/2023
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
383 07/2023 The Lotteries and Gaming (Amendment) Bill, 2023 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 02/05/2023
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
02/05/2023
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage, where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated
04/05/2023
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
11/05/2023
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
23/06/2023
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
384 08/2023 The Tax Procedures Code (Amendment) Bill, 2023 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 02/05/2023
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
02/05/2023
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage, where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
04/05/2023
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
18/07/2023
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
17/08/2023
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
385 09/2023 The Traffic and Road Safety (Amendment) Bill, 2023 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 02/05/2023
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
02/05/2023
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
16/05/2023
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
23/05/2023
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
20/06/2023
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
386 10/2023 The Value Added Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2023 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 02/05/2023
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
02/05/2023
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
04/05/2023
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
11/05/2023
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
23/06/2023
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
387 08/2011 The Excise Tariff (Amendment) Bill, 2011 Government The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development 20/07/2011
Bill is still at First Reading, the first reading being the first stage of a Bill passage through the Floor of Parliament and is usually a formality, it takes place without debate, and the first reading of a Bill can occur anytime in a parliamentary session.
05/09/2011
Bill is in the second stage. The second reading is the first opportunity for MPs to debate the main principles of the Bill. It usually takes place up to 45 days after the first reading. Once second reading is complete the Bill proceeds to committee stage where each clause (part) and any amendments (proposals for change) to the Bill may be debated.
05/09/2011
Parliament is passing the Bill. The third reading is the final chance for the Members of Parliament to debate the contents of a Bill. Here debate on the Bill is usually short and limited to what is actually in the Bill rather than, as at the second reading, what might have been included.
22/09/2011
Waiting for Assent. Bill is waiting for the President to assent to it. When the Floor of Parliament has passed a Bill, it shall be presented to the President, and the President shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent.
29/09/2011
The Bill is now an Act of Parliament. When a Bill has completed all its parliamentary stages on the floor of Parliament, it must have President Assent before becoming an Act of Parliament (law). President Assent is the State agreement to make the Bill into an Act and it is a formality.
388 03/2008