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He alleged that since the judges are appointed by the president, then they must always work in his interest.
“It is 90 percent clear that they will judge in favor of the appointing authority,” he said.
“We therefore promise to offer both morally and financial support of any kind to ensure that the rebel NRM members bounce back to parliament come the by-elections,” emphasized Bwanika.
He added: “We want that article ‘power belongs to the people of Uganda’ to remain active and we are therefore ready and going to campaign for them not matter which party they wish to join or else choose to remain independent.”
Meanwhile the Rebel MPs are waiting to appear before the Constitutional Court again after the judges adjourned the hearing of the case to July 3.
This followed after the prosecution side led by John Mary Mugisha asked the court for a fourteen days adjournment giving an excuse of receiving the required documents only two days back (June 10).
NRM wants MPs thrown out of Parliament, considering that they were fired from the ruling party.
The Speaker of Parliament has since refused to execute NRM’s wishes.