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EACJ Dismisses Case Challenging Roadmap for Political Federation

EACJ Dismisses Case Challenging Roadmap for Political Federation Arusha, 19 July 2012: The First Instance Division of the EACJ has dismissed a case seeking to block the East African Community Secretariat from carrying out activities geared towards the realization of the East African Political Federation.In Arusha today the Court ruled that Mr. Timothy Alvin Kahoho’s […]

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EACJ Asked to Dismiss Case Challenging Roadmap for Political Federation

EACJ Asked to Dismiss Case Challenging Roadmap for Political Federation Court to deliver ruling on 19 JulyArusha, 13 July 2012 : The EAC Secretary General Amb. Dr. Richard Sezibera today asked the East African Court of Justice to dismiss with costs an application seeking an interim order to restrain the EAC Secretariat from executing a […]

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Opposition FDC Withdraws EALA Elections Petition, Ordered to Pay Costs

Opposition FDC Withdraws EALA Elections Petition, Ordered to Pay Costs Arusha, 11 July 2012: The First Instance Division of the EACJ today granted a request by Uganda’s Shadow Attorney General and member of the opposition Forum for Democratic Change for the withdrawal of a case challenging the election of Ugandan representatives to the East African […]

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EACJ Judge President, Principal Judge Now Full-time in Arusha

EACJ Judge President, Principal Judge Now Full-time in Arusha Arusha, 2 July 2012: The EACJ Judge President Hon. Mr. Justice Harold Nsekela and Principal Judge Hon. Mr. Justice Johnston Busingye from today, 2 July 2012, officially assume office on full-time basis at the seat of the Court in Arusha, Tanzania.The Judges’ taking up residence in […]

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Rwanda Loses Appeal Over Military Officer’s Detention

Rwanda Loses Appeal Over Military Officer’s Detention Arusha, 22 June 2012: The EACJ Appellate Division today upheld the decision of the First Instance that the Court has jurisdiction to apply and interpret the provisions of the EAC Treaty, including Articles 6(d), 7(2) and 8(1) which provide for the fundamental principles of the Community on good […]

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EALS Asks Court to Nullify Protocol Provisions on Dispute Settlement

EALS Asks Court to Nullify Protocol Provisions on Dispute Settlement Arusha, 4 May 2012: The East African Law Society (EALS) wants the EACJ to declare null and void two protocol clauses that legislate the settlement of disputes in the Customs Union and Common Market respectively, citing what it claims are inconsistencies with various provisions of […]

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