The East African Legislative Assembly (Eala) has lashed out at opponents of the Hoima Tanga crude oil pipeline.
Civil society groups in particular have come under fire for inciting opposition to the project, which was expected to do much good for the region.
Tanzanian and Ugandan lawmakers sparked arguments, downplaying claims of environmental hazards that the 1,443km pipeline would pose.
“Did the project pass the environmental test? The answer is yes. To have…