Petion to repeal bad regulations affecting the Creative Arts Industry in Uganda

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Yasin Kiraga
Aug 14, 2020
Bad laws affecting ugandan music industry

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Melvin Nasasira
Aug 10, 2020
Creative artists, just like every other professionals, deserve a working environment that enables them to thrive. I'm signing in solidarity with them.

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Alvin Kawooya Kawooya
Aug 10, 2020
This is annoying. It's an art not a skill learnt anywhere. You cannot shape or curve it. Its beauty standing on it's own.

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Merab Tushemereirwe
Aug 10, 2020
We need our freedom back.

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Kwiz Era
Aug 10, 2020
Censoring the Arts is inhumane. A state that silences its cultural contributors is denying its people the right to spearhead its transformation and that of the universe at large.

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Master Parrot
Aug 4, 2020
These bad rules and regulations are meant to suffocate the Ugandan Music industry.

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Basiimwa Vitus
Aug 3, 2020
The regulation is against creativity...we have enough laws to take care of shortcomings in the industry

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Musekura ANTHONY
Aug 3, 2020
It is infringement on The People's Fundamental Freedom of Speech. Maxima, Mzee....oine okukigarukaho, reero tukareeba ebirakuratireho. Nyowe nikwo ndateisa.

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Tayebwa David
Aug 2, 2020
We were never consulted as Creative Industry stakeholders and hence take these Regulations as illegal.

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ASHIRAF MULIMA
Aug 2, 2020
Am ashraf mulima an artist i my self have been in the art Industry for 5 years and i know the pain that artists go through to put up projects that take our country far so with these regulations they are here to destroy the industry that has been built in pain for years