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VIDEO: Judiciary sidelined – Chief Justice

VIDEO: The Chief Justice Bart Katureebe has demanded for holistic support from government to address the judiciary’s grievances. This is after a report highlighting the state of the judiciary in Uganda indicated that many of the judiciary’s problems are not an illustration of a weak organ but an abandoned institution. The chief …

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Court-system gets new humane face

`Chicken thief’ can be both a literal description of a crime and a metaphor of petty crimes often involving poor people. Unfortunately, it is such petty crimes that clog the judicial system and congest prisons. In a judiciary that has fewer judges and magistrates and fewer and poorly distributed courts …

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Uganda gets 7 new High Court Judges, total now 50

Museveni says happy that the Power of the Judiciary has been restored Justices Ketrah  Kitariisibwa Katunguka, Moses Kazibwe  Kawumi, Bitature Mugenyi Anna, Oyuko Anthony Ojok, Stephen Mubiru, Suzan Okalany and Dr. Flavian  Zeija were today sworn in as High Court Judges. The seven new judges bring the total number of …

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KK: Born for the bar

INTERVIEW: Kiryowa Kiwanuka Nsumikambi Mugambe lives his dream In legal practice, the only thing you have is your name. Kiryowa Kiwanuka is a big name. At 43 years, he has had some of the highest profile cases even though he has been in private legal practice for only 15 years. …

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