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Human Rights (Uganda)

Volume 78: debated on Friday 10 May 1985

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asked the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what recent evidence he has received about developments in human rights in Uganda.

My hon. Friend the Member for Edinburgh, Pentlands (Mr. Rifkind) visited Uganda on 11–12 March. There appears to have been some improvement in human rights although much still remains to be done. We receive regular reports on human rights in Uganda from the British high commission at Kampala.