By Ritah Kemigisa.
The minister for East African Affairs Julius Maganda has revealed that parliament can be legally abolished if legislators go astray in the constitutional obligations.
His remarks come at a time the president warned that he can do away with parliament.
His statement followed the much anticipated debate which He opposed on the findings of a parliamentary probe into the Arua violence which led to the brutal arrest and torture of MPs and other civilians.
Now Maganda says the president’s warning is just a reminder to the legislators to do their work.
He says laws are there and can thus be revisited and reviewed by the president to end parliament.