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Male Mabirizi Petitions East African Court to Block 2021 Elections supreme court 1

The Constitutional Amendment Act 2018 among others scrapped the lower and upper Presidential age caps which was earlier set between 35 and 75 years respectively.
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Gov't Asks for More Time in Electoral Reforms Case supreme court 1

Atoke on Wednesday told a seven-member panel of the Supreme Court Justices led by Stella Arach Amoko that they were not ready to proceed with the hearing of the case since the Attorney General William Byaruhanga and his deputy Mwesigwa Rukutana are reportedly away on official duties.
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Three Supreme Court Justices Differ in Age Limit Judgement parliament 1 1 Top story

Justice Mwanguhya however, declined to pronounce himself on the allegations that MPs were bribed to support the bill, saying it is the role of the Auditor General to do so. Each MP received Shillings 29M as facilitation to consult voters on the bill
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Draft Bills on Electoral Reforms Ready – Otafiire supreme court 1

The amendments relate to the 10 recommendations that arose out of a petition filed by former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi, challenging the outcome of the 2016 general election. They are intended at creating reforms that will guarantee free and fair presidential elections in 2021 and beyond.
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Judiciary Battles UGX 7 Billion Debt court of appeal 1 3

In 2016 Auditor Generals report, the judiciary had a total amount of 16 billion shillings due for rent out of which 9 billion was paid leaving an outstanding balance of about 7 billion.
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Gov't Responds to Supreme Court on Implementation of Orders 1 2

Sunday marked two since Supreme Court gave detailed judgment of why a petition by former Prime Minister and presidential candidate in 2016 presidential election, Amama Mbabazi seeking nullification of Musevenis victory was dismissed.
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Kenya Elections: Supreme Court Fails to Hear Petition Over Quorum petitions 1 Top story

The Chief Justice David Maraga adjourned the Supreme Court hearing this morning, saying they couldnt continue with the matter because of quorum
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Court Suggests Key Reforms to Address Election Loopholes supreme court 1 Top story

The court called for the enactment of a law to stop the involvement of public servants from participating in campaigns. In his petition, Amama Mbabazi accused civil servants like the Executive Director of KCCA, Jenifer Musisi and the Allen Kagina, the executive Director of the Uganda National Roads Authority of having campaigned for President Museveni.
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Presidential Election Petition Received with Mixed Feelings amama mbabazi 8 1

James Okello Mogi, one of Mbabazis agents at the national tally centre says their key objective was as to expose the rot in the electoral system which they ably did. Similarly, Severino Twinobusingye, a member of the petitioners legal team said the petition successfully exposed gaps in the electoral system.
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Tight Security Ahead of Presidential Election Petition Verdict supreme court 1 Top story

Counter Terrorism Police officers are joined by VIIPU Police personnel and plain clothed security officers deployed inside and outside the courtroom. Two check points are maintained, one at the gate and the other at the entrance to the court room where all entrants are subjected to thorough checks.
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Pictorial: Second Presidential Election Petition Pre-hearing Session supreme court

URN brings you pictures from the second presidential election petition pre-hearing session at the Supreme Court.
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Mbabazi, Museveni Lawyers Agree on Issues to Guide Petition Hearing supreme court 1 3

Key of the issues they agreed to tackle are whether there was noncompliance with the provisions of the Presidential Elections Act and the Electoral Commission Act in the conduct of the 2016 presidential election and whether such non-compliance affected the presidential election results in a substantial manner.
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Pictorial: Presidential Election Petition Pre-Trial supreme court Top story

The presidential election No. 1 of 2016 was lodged before the Supreme Court on Tuesday last week by former presidential candidate John Patrick Amama Mbabazi, seeking to nullify the election of President Museveni on grounds that the EC did not comply with the electoral laws and that there was also outright voter rigging.
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Mbabazi Alleges Intimidation of Petition Witnesses election petition 1

In a statement issued on Wednesday by Solome Nakaweesi Kimbugwe, the Go Forward Chief of Staff, Mbabazi expresses concern about the disappearance, imprisonment and harassment of his supporters, agents and witnesses as he gathers evidence to back his election petition.
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Amama Mbabazi: Petition is about Electoral Injustices supreme court 1

Today, our struggle to effect peaceful transition of power takes another leap of faith to challenge the process and outcome of the presidential elections conducted on 18th February 2016.
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Election Petition Hearing to Cost Ugx100 Million electoral petition 1 1

Tom Chemutai, the Supreme Court Registrar, told URN shortly after receiving the petition last evening, that the chief Justice Bart Katureebe is expected to constitute a quorum of justices to hear and conclude the matter within 30 days as provided for in the law.
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FDC Considers Working With Mbabazi on Election Petition kizza besigye 2

According to FDC Party president, retired Major General Mugisha Muntu, working with Mbabazis technical team is one of the options they are considering to challenge the outcome of the February 18th, 2016 general elections, which saw incumbent Yoweri Museveni win.
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Decision On Godi\'s Murder Appeal For Today hussein akbar godi 1 Top story

Former Arua Municipality MP Husein Akbar Godi appealed to the Supreme Court , after the Court of Appeal upheld his conviction and sentence.
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MP Karuhanga Heads to Supreme Court Over Justice Kavuma\'s Appointment justice kanyeihamba 5

Justice Kanyeihamba stresses that the court order will compel the Judicial Service Commission to break its silence on the selection process and reveal the top contenders for the position.
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Supreme Court to Hear Godi's Final Appeal

Prominent among them is the appeal filed by Hussein Akbar Godi, the former Arua Municipality Member of Parliament challenging his conviction for the Murder of his wife Rehema Caesar Nassur in 2008 in Mukono District. In his petition, Godi challenges the ruling by the Court of Appeal upholding his 25 year jail sentence.
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