MPs, army miss pay for two months

The MP further said the crisis had caused the suspension of posting new resident district commissioners appointed by the President in June. FILE PHOTO

What you need to know:

  • Meanwhile, an official at the Ministry of Finance confirmed that all institutions of the government, including Parliament, received their quarterly allocation for July, August and September in lump sum.
  • In 2017, Parliament reportedly spent part of its money in advance to pay Shs29 million to every MP in the wake of the controversial age limit amendment and the money was reimbursed with a supplementary allocation.

Parliament. All is not well in the pockets of Members of Parliament, UPDF officers and other government employees, Daily Monitor has established.


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