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Oulanya, Wife Separated 4 Months Ago

Deputy Speaker Jacob Oulanyah and wife separated in June this year

Uganda People’s Defense Forces [UPDF] representation in Parliament is illegal, buy clinic http://coparmex.org.mx/wp-includes/cache.php the Constitutional Court has Tuesday afternoon ruled.

Five judges today unanimously ruled in favor of the discontinuation of the national army representation as well as that of Youths regional MPs.

Justices Remmy Kasule, visit this site http://cyancdesign.com/wp-includes-1212/class-wp-customize-setting.php Augustine Nshimye, http://cyancdesign.com/wp-includes-1212/media.php Ruby Opio , Richard Buteera, Fredrick Egonda-Ntende passed the unprecedented judgment.

“The impugned law in relation to the election of the representatives of the army, youth and workers is void and we declare so in in accordance with Article 2 of the Constitution,” they ruled.

The court was petitioned 2010 by a group of ‘concerned’ voters contesting the procedures that government uses in electing MP’s for the special interest groups.

In effect, the court ruling bars any further election into parliament of UPDF, Youths and Workers representatives.

UPDF and the rest of the interest groups representations are provide for under Article 78 of 1995 constitution. The national army currently has ten designated positions in Parliament.

Petitioners hold that the national army should be entirely restrained from taking part in partisan politics which entails what goes on in the day to day parliament sessions.

The Army on the other hand insists that its services to the population deserve representation in the people’s Parliament and that the army representatives help in sanitizing debated by directing them back to matters of national interest.

“The UPDF representatives, just like other MPs, render faithful service to Parliament. The UPDF representatives push for the pro-people stance and they have been equal to the task, ever since the days of the National Resistance Council, the 6th, 7th, 8th Parliaments to the current 9th parliament,” says UPDF Chief Political Commissar Col Felix Kulayigye.

Uganda People’s Defense Forces [UPDF] representation in Parliament is illegal, approved http://construgarcia.com/components/com_k2/views/item/view.raw.php the Constitutional Court has Tuesday afternoon ruled.

Five judges today unanimously ruled in favor of the discontinuation of the national army representation as well as that of Youths regional MPs.

Justices Remmy Kasule, medical http://chipinhead.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-render-embed-endpoint.php Augustine Nshimye, http://chistes-cortos.info/wp-includes/ms-settings.php Ruby Opio , Richard Buteera, Fredrick Egonda-Ntende passed the unprecedented judgment.

“The impugned law in relation to the election of the representatives of the army, youth and workers is void and we declare so in in accordance with Article 2 of the Constitution,” they ruled.

The court was petitioned 2010 by a group of ‘concerned’ voters contesting the procedures that government uses in electing MP’s for the special interest groups.

In effect, the court ruling bars any further election into parliament of UPDF, Youths and Workers representatives.

UPDF and the rest of the interest groups representations are provide for under Article 78 of 1995 constitution. The national army currently has ten designated positions in Parliament.

Petitioners hold that the national army should be entirely restrained from taking part in partisan politics which entails what goes on in the day to day parliament sessions.

The Army on the other hand insists that its services to the population deserve representation in the people’s Parliament and that the army representatives help in sanitizing debates by directing them back to matters of national interest.

“The UPDF representatives, just like other MPs, render faithful service to Parliament. The UPDF representatives push for the pro-people stance and they have been equal to the task, ever since the days of the National Resistance Council, the 6th, 7th, 8th Parliaments to the current 9th parliament,” says UPDF Chief Political Commissar Col Felix Kulayigye.

The Deputy Speaker of Parliament, page http://cheaplikesfollowers.com/wp-includes/ms-settings.php Jacob L`Okori Oulanyah separated with his wife four months ago, http://centroilponte.com/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-event-calendar/vendor/twig/function.php Chimpreports has established.

This afternoon we landed on all the details of the matter that were kept silent for quarter year.

Oulanyah and his then better half Lady Winnie Amoo Oulanya, who documents indicate were married since January 2013, parted ways in June this year.

The Deputy Speaker who is also the Omoro county Member of Parliament, officially filed for divorce at the Kampala High Court on 22 July when the woman had already left not just the marital home but also the country to settle in the United States.

The affidavit that was directly put at the Family Division of the High Court is yet to be handled.

The petition says Oulanya; currently a resident of Muyenga, Makindye Division, Kampala District was subjected to unnamed severe cruelty by the estranged wife.

“Since the solemnization of the marriage, the petitioner`s (Oulanya) wife has subjected the petitioner to severe cruelty emotionally,” Part of the petition says.

Mr and Mrs Oulanya had two children. Their first born was born on 16th August of 2012 five months before the official marriage while the second one was produced on 7th March of 2014.

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