In the course of the controversy which started from 1st January this year, Members of Parliament who eat freely at the Parliament canteen resorted to having their meals around Parliament avenue and Dewinton.
Waiswa also said that the Grade one Magistrate failed to evaluate the evidence on the court record. He also faulted the magistrate for changing the accuseds plea of not guilty to guilty without following lawful procedures.
The Project Coordinator, Justice Paul Gadenya Wolimbwa, says their attention was drawn towards the SGBV cases such as defilement, rape and domestic violence, because they constitute 62 percent of the cases in High Court.
Bakaleke through his lawyer Sarah Nakachwa on October 2nd 2018 filed an application where he wanted court to proceed in the absence of the Attorney General the respondent because he had not filed submissions to show that he was interested in the main case which also seeks to block the fraud trial.
Last week, a panel of three Court of Appeal Judges overturned orders by High Court Judge Patricia Basaza that the Kabaka should provide Buganda Land Board bank statements from the year 1993, to facilitate the main case in which Mabirizi challenged the collection of land fees, known locally as busuulu.
Isiko was initially sentenced to two years in prison for cyber harassment and offensive communication. But he challenged the sentence by the Buganda Road Grade one Magistrate Gladys Kamasanyu saying that she erred in law when she changed his plea of not guilty to a guilty plea.
On May 19th, Alex Mackay Ajiiji, the Deputy Registrar of the High Court Civil Division granted issued an interim order restraining Makerere University and Dr. Okello Ogwang from any further attempts to remove Etuusa from office until her application is disposed of.
He faces 12 Confirmed counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity and 53 alternative charges for crimes allegedly committed during the insurgency in northern Uganda. They include willful killing, kidnap with intent to murder and destruction of property among others.
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.
Justice Margret Oguli Oumo delivered the verdict this afternoon following an application by Buwembo seeking court permission to challenge Katos elections on the grounds of lack of the minimum academic qualifications, saying he failed the Uganda Certificate of Education UCE exams.
The Directorate of Education Standards halted the operations of Bridge International Schools following concerns of legality, quality of infrastructure and teaching methodology, a decision which affects 63 campuses and over 1000 pupils.
The new twist in the case followed the publication of new rules that govern the International Crimes Division of the High Court ICD where the case is being heard. The publication of the rules makes them part of the procedures of the Uganda Court of Judicature.