Uganda Law Reform Commission has signed memorandum of understanding with Uganda Printing band Publishing Corporation to do business.
The two government entities will work together towards updating,printing and publishing of law books in the country.
Board of directors of two entities signed the agreement in Kampala
UPPC is a government entity established to print and publish all public documents and has existed for 100 years in printing industry.
UPPC Managing Director was delighted with the work partnership and collaboration.
“We are truely excited with the new memorandum of understanding to print and publish new updated law books. We are optimistic that our new association and partnership to access soft copies of the law and offer printing and publishing services for Uganda Law Reform Commission,”Kasekende Mujuzi said.
“We appreciate the collaboration to inform, share and up date laws with the entire public,”he added.
ULRC Secretary Bernadette Nalule noted that the new partnership will enable the commission address issuance of new law books to the entire public.
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