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Swearing in Ceremony of the Ugandan 11th Parliament-First day-131 members done.

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The 11th Parliament of Uganda commences today, Monday 17 May 2021, with the swearing-in of new Members. This is the 11th Parliament of Uganda since the country attained independence in October 1962. Today, about 150 Members-elect are scheduled to swear-in or take the oath of allegiance and the oath of Member of Parliament.

The oath of allegiance and the oath of Member of Parliament are provided for in Article 81 (4) of the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda.

Article 81(4) of the Constitution says: Every person elected to Parliament shall take and subscribe the oath of allegiance and the oath of member of Parliament specified in the Fourth Schedule to this Constitution.

Bukedea Woman District representative Among Anita Annet escorted by FUFA boss Engineer Moses Magogo.

Hon. Gen Moses Ali arrives for the function.
Outgoing leader Of Opposition in the Ugandan Parliament Hon. Betty Aol Ocan being sworn in for the 11th Parliament.
State Minister for Energy incharge of Minerals Hon Sarah Opendi.
State Minister for Fisheries, Helen Adoa being sworn in for the 11th Parliament.
Jimmy Akena,Son Of former Uganda’s former President Milton Obote accompanied by his mother Miriam Obote.
Uganda’s Health Minister Dr Jane Ruth Aceng Acero being sworn in for the 11th Parliament.
Uganda’s Health Minister Dr Jane Ruth Aceng Acero with her family before being sworn in for the 11th Parliament.
Uganda Prisons Service Brass Band entertains guests.

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