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18:06
18:06

EC Wants Forgery Case Referred to Law Council Hamidu Lugoloobi 3 2

Kalali alleges that the EC officials forged his signature in a court document showing that he had accepted that the prisoners and Ugandans in the diaspora would participate in voting in 2026 elections but not in 2021 as earlier ordered by High Court.
23:21
23:21

Prisoners, Ugandans in Diaspora to Vote in 2026 Hamidu Lugoloobi 2

They will also put in place the necessary structures to aid the registration of legible citizens and prisoners to vote and that court shall be the one to determine the issue of costs.
11:28
11:28

Court Allows Ugandans in Diaspora, Prisoners to Participate in Elections 1

The order was issued this morning by Justice Lydia Mugambe, on the basis of a petition filed two years ago by lawyer Stephen Kalali. In his application, Kalali sought declarations and orders that Prisoners and Ugandans in the Diaspora, possess the fundamental and inalienable right to be registered as voters.
12:14
12:14

Court Dismisses Interim Application Seeking to Include Prisoners In Voting Process sarah langa 1 Top story

The Deputy Registrar of the High Court Civil Division, Sarah Langa dismissed the application this morning on grounds that the applicant, Steven Kalali ought not to use the application as a short cut to justice for his delayed suit pending judgment, which is illegal.
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