Ugandan Female MPs Request Beauty Salon in Parliament

Ugandan Female MPs Request
Ugandan Female MPs Request Beauty Salon in Parliament

Ugandan Female MPs Request Beauty Salon in Parliament

Female members of parliament in Uganda are advocating for the establishment of an in-house salon within the parliamentary premises to enhance their participation. This call comes after the recent introduction of a gym facility in parliament, which, according to female MPs, poses a challenge as strenuous exercise often results in disorganized hair, deterring many from utilizing the gym.

State Minister for Water and Environment, Beatrice Anywar, voiced support for the proposal, emphasizing the importance of accommodating the needs of female MPs. Anywar highlighted that having a beauty parlour on-site would enable female MPs to attend to their grooming needs before parliamentary sessions. She underscored the significance of maintaining personal appearance, stating, “My hair and nails and whatever are part of the woman.”

Anywar further elaborated that the availability of an in-house salon would allow female MPs to arrive early, spend adequate time grooming, and subsequently engage more actively in parliamentary proceedings.

This initiative reflects a recognition of the unique challenges faced by female parliamentarians and aims to provide them with the necessary support to fully participate in legislative activities. By addressing practical concerns such as grooming needs, the proposal seeks to create a conducive environment for female MPs to thrive in their roles within the parliament.

 

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