This is a current-affairs talk-show that features Members of Parliament, responding to questions on issues of national importance in parliament, from a television studio audience made up of ordinary Ugandans, such as taxi drivers, tailors, nurses, shop keepers, mechanics, youths, et cetera. To provide context to the discussion, the MPs are joined on the panel by relevant public voices such as teachers, religious leaders, union representatives, or social commentators. Senior Parliamentary Journalist Gabriel Iguma provides background to the issue and moderates the show. This debate and discussion program informs citizens on the key business in Parliament, enables them to assess the performance of Parliament, and enables them to hold their MPs to account.

The program runs once a month on national television.

Episodes available for:
30 Days

For more episodes of Our Parliament, head over to our YouTube Channel

To comment about the program or participate in the discussion, scroll to the bottom of the page where you will find a comment area. We shall be very pleased to hear from you. Use the same comment area to express your interest in being an audience member for upcoming discussions. Alternatively simply send and sms your comments or request for participation on 0790999999.

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