By Juma Nsubuga
The shadow minister for Justice and constitutional Affairs, Medard Segona has criticized the Public Finance Bill describing it as a passage of
Segona also complained that the bill which is due to be tabled in parliament leaves out Parliament and local governments which checks government excesses and facilitates services to local population respectively.
Addressing journalists at Parliament, Segona said that the bill in its current state has many loopholes which could be exploited to steal public money.
He also cited some sections which give the minister of finance too many powers and authorizes supplementary expenditure of up to 10% down from 3%.
Segona further said that, the bill may be good; the NRM government has smuggled in some dangerous contents which perpetuate greed on the side of government and now urges the public to resist it.