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What You Need to Know About the FY 2019/20 National Budget

Parliament will today, Thursday convene at Kampala Serena Hotel for its 2nd sitting of the 4th session for the National Budget reading for Financial Year 2019/2020.

President Yoweri Museveni is expected to fulfill his constitutional mandate in accordance with Article 155 (1) of the Constitution to present the National Budget for the new financial year.  

Matia Kasaijja, the Minister of Finance is expected to deliver the Budget on behalf of the President.

On May 24, 2019, Parliament approved and passed budget estimate this FY 2019/20 which is Shs40.4trillion from Shs32trillion in FY 2018/19.

WHO TAKES WHAT?

1) Debt repayment 10.6 trillion

2) Works and Transport 6.4 trillion

3) Defence and Security 3.6 trillion

4) Education 3.2 trillion

5) Energy 2.9 trillion

6) Local Governments 2.8 trillion

7) Health 2.5 trillion

8) Accountability 1.9 trillion

9) Justice, Law and Order Sector 1.6 trillion

10) Agriculture 1 trillion

11) Water and Environment 1 trillion

12) Public Administration 908 billion

13) Public Sector Management 789 billion

14) Parliament 688b

15) Social Development 218 billion

16) Lands, Housing and Urban Development 193 billion

17) Tourism 175 billion

18) Trade and Industry 171 billion

19) Science and Technology 159b

20) ICT 123 billion

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