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EACJ Grants Stay of Proceedings in Terror Case

EACJ Grants Stay of Proceedings in Terror Case Arusha, 28 February 2012: The First Instance Division of the EACJ Tuesday granted a stay of proceedings in a case challenging the arrest and handing over of Kenyan citizens by the Government of Kenya to that of Uganda on suspicion of involvement in terror activities.The First Instance […]

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EACJ Hosts Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition

EACJ Hosts Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition Arusha, 21 February 2012: The East African Court of Justice Tuesday hosted the Tanzania edition of the Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Competition, whose purpose was to pick a university to represent Tanzania in the international competition to be held in Washington, USA from […]

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EA Court to Rule on Serengeti Highway in March

EA Court to Rule on Serengeti Highway in March Arusha, 24 January 2012: The EACJ will decide 15 March 2012 whether the permanent injunction its lower division handed the Tanzanian Government and effectively blocked the latter’s attempt to construct a highway through the Serengeti National Park should stand.The Appellate Division of the EACJ set the […]

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Defunct EAC Employees’ Case Adjourned

Defunct EAC Employees’ Case Adjourned Arusha, 20 January 2012: The Appellate Division of the EACJ today granted an adjournment in an Appeal case lodged by former employees of the defunct East African Community after their lawyer failed to show up. The Court set 16 March 2012 as the new date for hearing of the Appeal, […]

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Alcon Seeks EACJ Appellate Division’s Intervention in Pay Dispute

Alcon Seeks EACJ Appellate Division’s Intervention in Pay Dispute Arusha, 19 January 2012: Alcon International Limited, a construction company based in Kenya, has asked the Appellate Division of the EACJ to set aside a ruling by the Court’s First Instance Division striking out its matter on grounds that it was improperly before the Court.Appearing before […]

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Kenya AG Challenges Court’s Jurisdiction in Mt. Elgon-Saboat Case

Kenya AG Challenges Court’s Jurisdiction in Mt. Elgon-Saboat Case Arusha, 6 December 2011: The Attorney General of the Republic of Kenya has asked the Appellate Division of the EACJ to set aside a ruling by the Court’s First Instance Division affirming its jurisdiction in a matter where the Kenyan Government is accused of failing to […]

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