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Uganda ready to host Commonwealth Speakers Conference in 2024, says Tayebwa

AUSTRALIA —Uganda has been selected to host the 27th Speakers and Presiding Officers Conference of the Commonwealth (CSPOC) due from 3rd to 6th January 2024.

Uganda was confirmed as the next year's conference host at the ongoing CSPOC in Canberra, Australia.

On Wednesday, January 2023, Deputy Speaker of the Ugandan Parliament, Thomas Tayebwa said Uganda is all ready for the
Commonwealth big dance.

"Parliament of Uganda has been chosen to host the next Commonwealth Speakers and Presiding Officers' Conference, a very important conference which is part of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association," Tayebwa said.

He said nearly all Parliamentary Speakers from Commonwealth jurisdictions are excited about visiting Uganda next year.  

Tayebwa described the opportunity to host the conference as a vote of confidence within the country, Uganda's people, and the government.

"The hospitality that we have as a country is what every

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