The Deputy Chief Justice Steven Kavuma has assured the general public that the Court of Appeal is committed to hear and conclude all 140 election appeals that were filled before this court in the stipulated time frame of 6 months
Justice Kavuma made the promise yesterday while meeting journalists at his chamber at the Court of Appeal.
Kavuma who is the head of the Court of Appeal says the Court has got sufficient funds and ten justices, clinic http://denafilmax.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/i18n/states/bd.php ready to put on halt other matters and also committed to work tirelessly including weekends to dispose the petitions in the quickest way possible.
Justice Kavuma also assured all parties who were worried of justice in their matters, medical http://dan.rabarts.com/wp-includes/class-wp-site.php stressing that all the ten justices who are handling their cases took a judicial oath to dispense justice without favor and fear.
Justice Kavuma advised any party who at any time may be not contented with one of the judges on the panel to ask him or her to step aside.
Justice Kavuma himself will be handling a number of petitions, viagra 40mg including one filed by Hon Peter Ssematimba to defend his Busiro South seat which was challenged in high court over his academic qualifications.
“If any of the parties any of the appealed cases has got valid reasons upon which he believes that he will not get substantive justice he can raise them early enough,” Kavuma remarked
The deputy Chief Justice Kavuma further warned MPs not to bring unruly crowds of their supporters during the hearing of these appeals.