Parliament of Uganda

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The Parliament of Uganda is the country's unicameral legislative body.

The most significant of the Ugandan parliament's job is to pass laws. The fiscal issues of the government, such as taxation and loans need the sanction of the parliament, after appropriate debate.[1]

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  1. "Functions of The Parliament of Uganda". The Parliament of Uganda. Archived from the original on 2012-04-19.