Page 8, 25th May 1962

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PEACE HOPE FOR UGANDA

By Our Own Correspondent THREE reports from Uganda this week awaken fresh hopes 11of resolving the interlocking religious and political antagonisms threatening the peace of a country due for independence on October 9.

The three promising stews flashee are: 1. The appointment of five Catholics to the 17-man Cabinet ill the new government.

2. The constructive lone of the post-election messages exchanged between Archbishop Kiwanuka and the new Premier, Mr. Obote.

3. An appeal by the Anglican Archbishop . of Uganda and Ruanda Burundi, Dr. Leslie Brown, for more co-operation between Catholics and Protestants.




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