By Our Reporter
MPs gathering signatures to recall parliament have confirmed hitting the target of the signatures they required to petition the speaker of parliament and recall the House.
The parliamentary rules of procedure says that incase of an agent matters in the country, MPs are supposed to raise 125 signatures for them to have parliament recalled and discuss the agent matter.
The petitioners who include Joseph Ssewungu, Gerald Karuhanga and Gilbert Oulanya say that they now have more than 130 signatures and they will be ready to meet the speaker before the end of this week.
The petitioners also said that they are collecting more extra signatures just to give each and every member an opportunity to have their in put.
They (MPs) also said that the president’s statement in the media today have also contributed to their success because more MPs have come up to sign.
The MPs however want parliament recalled to discuss the standoff between parliament and the executive as well as the arrest of their colleagues over the comments that they made on Nebanda’s death among other issues.