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Court declines to grant an ex parte order to Basajjabalaba (Ugandan) to stop the government from summoning him for investigation over a criminal case

East African Court of Justice Arusha, 24th April 2018: The First Instance Division declined to grant ex parte orders (Order granted in the absence of the opposing party) to Mr Hassan Basajjabalaba (Ugandan), to stop the government of Uganda from summoning him for investigation over a criminal case. The ex-parte Application was filed on 17th […]

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Court allows Hon Mbidde’s application to join a case challenging the election of EALA Speaker

East African Court of Justice Arusha, 24th April 2018: The First Instance Division granted leave to Hon Fred Mukasa Mbidde, to join as an intervener in the case challenging the legality of the election of the Speaker of the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA), that was filed by the Attorney General of the Republic of […]

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Council to pursue EACJ’s Permanent seat to be urgently concluded & determined by the Summit

………I appreciate the urgency of the matter and commit to pursuing it to its logical conclusion, Cabinet Secretary says. East African Court of Justice Nairobi, 12thApril2018:Hon Peter Gatirau Munya, Cabinet Secretary in charge of the Ministry of East African Community and Norther Corridor Development, Republic of Kenya,at the closing ceremony of EACJ Plenary, committed to […]

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Court dismisses an application by AG Rwanda seeking to strike out amended pleadings in the Union Trade Centre case

East African Court of Justice, Arusha, 29th March 2018; As court adjourns its sessions the First Instance Division dismissed a matter (Application) filed by the Attorney General (AG) of the Republic of Rwanda (Applicant) against the Union Trade Centre (UTC)(Respondent) over the amended pleadings allegedly to have introduced a new cause of action in the […]

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Court dismisses Walk to work case due to lack of sufficient evidence

  East African Court of Justice Arusha, 28th March 2018: The First Instance Division dismissed the walk to work case filed by the East African Law Society (EALS) due to lack of sufficient evidence of the alleged acts against the Republic of Uganda (1st Respondent). Court said that the Applicant did not produce evidence to […]

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Court hears Hon Mbidde’s application to join the case challenging the election of EALA Speaker

          East African Court of Justice Arusha, 19th March 2018: The First Instance Division heard a matter (Application) filed by Hon Fred Mukasa Mbidde (the Applicant), who is a Member of the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA). He is seeking leave of the Court to allow him join as an intervener […]

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