Bill Progress

Object of the Bill

The policy behind the Bill is to provide for the offence of proliferation financing and for related matters. The Financral Action task Force (FATF) defines proliferation financing as the act of providirlg funds or financial services which are used, in whole or in part. for the manufacture, acquisition, possession, development, export, trans-shipment, brokering, transport, transfer. stockpiling or use of nuclear, chemical or biological weapons and their rneans of delivery and related rnaterials (includiug both technologies and dual-use goods used for non legitimate purposes), In contravention of national Iaws or, where applicable, international obligations.

Other Attachments

1 CFI of The Anti-Terrorism (Amendment) Bill, 2022.pdf.pdf
Title: The Anti- Terrorism (Amendment) Bill, 2022
Author: Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
2 DIA3-22-Report on the Anti-Terrorism (Amendment) Bill, 2022.pdf
Title: Report on the Anti- Terrorism (Amendment) Bill, 2022
Author: Parliamentary Committee on Defence and Internal Affairs.
3 Anti-Terrorism (Amendment) Act, 2022.pdf
Title: The Anti- Terrorism (Amendment) Act, 2022
Author: Parliament of Uganda

The Anti- Terrorism (Amendment) Bill, 2022

Sponsored By Hon. Kiryowa Kiwanuka (Attorney General)

Committee: The Committee on Defence and Internal Affairs

Start

2022-08-23

First Reading/Committee

Bill is still in the first Stage.

2022-08-30

Second Reading

The Bill is read for the second time in the floor of Parliament.

2022-08-30

2022-08-30

Third Reading

Bill has been passed by Parliament.

2022-09-06

Presentation/Waiting Assent

Bill is waiting to be assented to by the President.

2022-09-06

2022-09-07

Assented by President

Bill is now an Act of Parliament

End

Bill passed on 2022-09-07

Bill is now an Act of Parliament

Bill Withdrawn on

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