The decision arises from two consolidated appeals filed by the Electoral Commission and the Attorney General and another from six members of Parliament who were then elected to represent people in newly created constituencies in elections held in 2018.
Last month, the suspects appeared in court with fresh and visible wounds on their bodies and forcing the Chief Magistrate Dr Douglas Singiza to order the Prisons authorities to subject them to medical examination and then make a report which should be furnished to court today.
"Our client's interests are ably being represented by the legal team from the Electoral Commission and Attorney General Chambers for, which he is content. He therefore doesn't need to file any cross appeal in the matter “reads the letter in part.
A notice issued by the Acting Assistant Supreme Court Registrar, Esther Nansambu shows that the panel comprises of Justices Dr. Esther Kisaakye, Stella Arach Amoko, Opio Aweri, Lillian Tibatemwa, Richard Buteera, Paul Mugamba and Mike Chibita.
In their application filed on Friday before the Supreme Court, the Electoral Commission is seeking to stay the execution of the orders pending determination of an appeal which has also been lodged before the Supreme Court.