Speaking at the opening of a four-day
"The economic benefits accruing to the people of
Ms Kiwanuka, who said PPPs should be restricted to long term contracts, infrastructure projects and appropriate risk sharing between parties, urged Members of Parliament to ensure that all contracts receive adequate scrutiny before signing to avoid unfair conditions that could be disadvantageous to government are sneaked in.
"We need to respect the terms and conditions in a contract because if you don't, you have to forget about investors. We should ensure that contracts are thoroughly scrutinized so that we don't have bad agreements that might cost government money," she said.
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