- Legislators tipped to make laws that favour them out of office
- Members of Parliament tasked to represent their constituents
- Law makers discuss Uganda’s rule of law and constitutionalism
Prof Oloka Onyango has tipped legislators to make laws that can favour them even when they are no longer in power.
Speaking at the launch of parliamentary forum on human rights, rule of law and constitutionalism, the lawyer and academician has described Uganda to suffer from Constitucide, a term he has coined to describe failure to implement the rule of law.
Panelists have called on members of the tenth parliament to debate national matters that affect their constituents.