A final verdict is awaiting a number of MPs who are still in parliament by virtue of the petitions they filed before the Court of Appeal, viagra sale http://costpricesupplements.com.au/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/photon.php challenging earlier lower court rulings that nullified their victories in the previous elections.
The Court of Appeal in Kampala has set the hearing time for these cases; commencing before end of November 2016.
Among the first cases set to be heard is that of Busiro South MP Hon Peter Sematimba, order http://dchnf.dk/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-cache-helper.php challenging the ruling of High Court Judge Justice Lydia Mugambe, visit this site http://communityseven.com/ext/sitesplat/likedd/language/en/likedd.php in favor of his opponent Stephen Sekigozi.
Sematimba rushed to the Court of Appeal after Justice Mugambe ruled in favor of Sekigozi that Sematimba’s academic qualifications were lacking.
Ssematimba’s appeal will be heard on the 21st/November 2016 before a panel of 3 justices led by the Deputy Chief Justice Steven Kavuma.
Among Other appeals to be heard between 15th and 23rd November is that of the Electoral Commission filed against the former Serere Woman MP Alice Alaso and an appeal filed by DP’s Richard Lumu against the Mityana South MP Henry Kamya Makumbi