Plans to introduce GMO crops in disarray, legislators angry after Uganda’s president rejects GMO cultivation law for second time

Uganda’s long-running debate over how to handle the cultivation of GMOs hit another obstacle with the president’s recent refusal to sign a measure passed by the nation’s legislature. It marks the second time President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has withheld his signature from a biosafety measure that would have allowed farmers to grow GMO crops. More.

Genetic Literacy Project | Uganda | September 9, 2019