Besigye has been striking over the high commodity prices in the country. However, he has been jailed for the same cause on several occasions.
According to Mpuuga, he is better than people watching the situation without lifting a finger or muscle.
Mpuuga says much as every citizen must be involved in this fight, they have not summoned their last courage. He says everything about the economy has gone awol.
“If you went downtown and interviewed a dozen people, you’d realize that we live in a state that needs a new perspective. Everything about the economy has gone awol.”
The leader of opposition says unfortunately as Parliament, they have not done much due to the challenges they have faced.
The death of the speaker, the late Jacob Oulanyah disorganized the parliament especially because they had to vote a new speaker.
“Year one had its challenges, like the death of the Speaker. That, in a way, disorganized the direction of the House.”
However, currently, Mpuuga says parliament is working on a number of blueprints. There is a bill coming in the agricultural sector, Copyright, etc.
They are preparing statements to drive amendments. He assured the public that parliament is trying doing something.
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