Archive | February, 2013

EACJ to Launch Sub-registry in Bujumbura 1 March

Arusha, 26 February 2013: The East African Court of Justice will Friday 1 March 2013 launch its newest sub-registry in Bujumbura, Burundi. The opening of the Bujumbura EACJ Sub-registry follows a decision of the Council of Ministers that the Court opens sub-registries in all Partner States. The commissioning of the sub-registry, the fifth in the […]

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EACJ Concludes Longest Ever Session Since Inception

Arusha, 14 February 2013: The East African Court of Justice Thursday ended its longest sessions ever, which began on 14 January and wound up 14 February 2013. In its two Divisions (Appellate and First Instance), the Court entertained 30 matters in total, including; 22 References and Applications; four Taxation matters; three Rulings and one Judgment. […]

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EALS Allowed to File Additional Evidence in “Walk to Work” Case

Arusha, 13 February 2013: The First Instance Division of the East African Court of Justice today granted leave to the East African Law Society (EALS) to file additional evidence in the “Walk to Work” case. The evidence would be in documentary and electronic formats. The Court said there was no credible reason to deny EALS […]

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EALA Speaker, Members Join Court Contest over Election to Regional Assembly

Arusha, 5 February 2013: The First Instance Division of the EACJ has granted leave to Hon. Margaret Nantongo Zziwa, Speaker of the East African Legislative Assembly, and eight other EALA Members from Uganda to appear as interveners in a case in which Uganda’s shadow Attorney General Hon. Abdu Katuntu wants the Court to declare that […]

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