Norman Tumuhimbise, the National coordinator of The Alternative, which evolved from Jobless Brotherhood, says the decision to conduct polls by lining up behind candidates, compromises voter privacy and integrity of the polls.
Kabaziguruka was speaking to journalists at parliament after the Makindye-based military Court issued criminal summons for the legislator for missing court proceedings. The MP is said to have missed court twice for mention of the case where he is accused of treason alongside 26 others including Uganda Peoples Defence Forces UPDF soldiers.
In the eight divisions of the court, a total of 9,814 cases were completed while 31,400 are still pending. Meanwhile the High Court circuits only completed 9,753 cases and recorded 27,000 pending cases.
High Court Registrar Her Worship Atingu Beatrice Stella issued an interim order restraining the implementation of the Clerk to Parliament letter dated 11th January 2016 fixing job specifications for journalists posted to cover parliament.
The High Court in Kampala has written to the Solicitor General stating that the Court injunction barring the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Council from impeaching the Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago is valid and binding.
Principal State Attorney Barbra Masembe has asked court to deny Kalungi bail on grounds that there are high chances of him fleeing the country. Masembe based her arguments on the affidavits of senior police officer Geoffrey Musana who investigated this matter and had Kalungi deported from Kenya days after the death of Butalejja Woman MP Cerina Nebanda
The Constitutional Court has today continued with the case against the Members of Parliament expelled from the National Resistance Movement (NRM) despite communication from the Supreme Court to stay the case.
The annual one month court vacation of the High Court and Magistrates Courts ends today, the Judiciary has said. Judiciary Spokesperson Erias Kisawuzi in an interview with URN said the general public is from tomorrow; free to go to court and follow up their cases.
The High Court in Kampala has overturned the ministerial ban on reflexology centres put in place more than two years ago. In March 2011, the then Minister of Health Dr Stephen Mallinga, banned reflexology centres from operating and advertising their activities in the country. Justice Godfrey Kiryabwire, the head of the Commercial Court of Uganda, on Thursday ruled that the decision to ban reflexologists was made in error, and ordered the ministry to cater for the court costs in the case.
The members, including Sam Ahamya, John Musoke, Henry Musoke and Steven â€˜Foxyâ€™ Ojambo, were suspended for allegedly selling the Naguru land belonging to the Kampala Rugby Union Football Club (KRUFC).
High Court in Kampala will today pronounce itself on the application filed by Roger Hans Ddungu, the embattled former president of the Uganda Olympic Committee (UOC), who is seeking a court injunction on all operations of the institution.
Kampala High Court will on Friday hear an application for a temporary injunction filed by suspended Uganda Olympic Committee (UOC) president Roger Hans Ddungu. Early this week, Ddungu applied for a temporary injunction restraining his executive from carrying out any activity or meetings.
Tony Arinaitwe, the lawyer representing Roger Hans Ddungu, the embattled Uganda Olympic Committee â€“UOC president has vowed to block the planned extra ordinary Assembly that is scheduled to place on May 19th.