Kyagulanyi wants the court to rule that the actions of security officers under the control of the security commanders in closing and blocking access indefinitely to the offices of NUP on January 16, 2021, to date constitutes an outstanding infringement of the right to freedom of association, right to a fair hearing, and the civic rights enshrined in the Constitution.
Through her lawyers of Pace Advocates, Nassolo says that her husband who owns a printery business was kidnapped on January 21, 2021, by unknown men dressed in military uniform at his workplace at Modern Sarah Building located at Nasser Road.
According to the two top party leaders, the conduct of the respondents adversely affected their right and freedoms guaranteed by the constitution of Uganda and have occasioned untold inconveniences, mental anguish and distress for which they should be held liable and responsible.
According to the Judge, due process here means that if Kyagulanyi had any offense that he had committed, he should have been arrested, taken to police and produced to any Magistrates Court to be charged which has not been the case here.
On Tuesday, the applicants through their lawyers of PACE and Company Advocates led by George Musisi argue that they have a constitutional right to apply for bail and that the charges against them are bailable.
Nagami is seeking a declaration that the Electoral Commission's conduct of closing the exercise of updating the National Voter's Register one year before the general elections amount to disfranchisement of the persons who have attained 18 years of age between December 2019 and 2020.