Crime & Investigation

Anti-Corruption Court to Continue Operations


more about sans-serif; color: #222222;”>Davis Tusingwire Wesley through Muwema and co. advocates had filedinformation pills sans-serif; color: #222222;”> a petition in the court seeking interim orders halting all cases in the court until another case in the Constitutional Court is decided.

In the case filled in the Constitution Court, the applicants stressed that magistrates in the court were not competent on top of being in a non competent court that had not been set up, according to the constitution.

In their ruling, Supreme Court judges led by Bart Katureebe, Jotham Tumwesigye, Esther Kisaakye, Tsekooko and B. Kitumba stressed that staying the operations of the anti-corruption case would not incur irreparable damage to the applicant.

Court also stressed that there is no likelihood of success of the case before the constitutional court adding that there must be danger of irreparable harm being suffered by the applicant when the order sought is not granted.

The judges, however, noted that any person adversely affected by the decisions of the anti corruption court is free to seek an appropriate judicial review.


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