Views by youth working with AFIEGO under the Guild Presidents Forum on Oil Governance issued to the Committee on Legal and Parliamentary
Affairs on the proposed amendment of Article 102 (b) of the Constitution.
The youth called on the committee to reject Constitution Amendment Bill No. 2 because it threatens the fragile democracy that Uganda has built.
An open letter to the presidents of Uganda and Tanzania by the refinery-affected people Open letter by Oil Refinery PAPs to the presidents of Uganda & Tanzania on failures in land acquisition processes and lack of adequate citizen participation in oil sector on failures of land acquisition processes for the oil sector in Uganda and lack of adequate citizen involvement in the Novemebr 9-11, 2017 presidential visit by President John Magufuli to Uganda
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This press release clarifies that AFIEGO did not make the refinery PAPs to boycott the commissioning. Government's broken promises, injustices and others angered the PAPs and led to the boycott of the commissioning.
Over 80 refinery-affected families that were set to be relocated from the refinery area by government this Thursday August 10, 2017 have resolved that they will not be relocated until government fulfills promises it made to them in the October 2012 Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) Report for the oil refinery project. Refinery people refuse to participate in gov't handover of houses tomorrow