CJ opens up about the prolonged detention of Ssegirinya and Ssewanyana.
Alfonse Owiny-Dollo the Chief Justice has warned the defense and State lawyers not to employ any delaying plans for the trial of two Opposition Members of Parliament, – Honorable Muhammad Ssegirinya (the Kawempe North MP) and Honorable Allan Ssewanyana, MP Makindye West.
The law makers, who have been on remand for over a year, are accused of being behind the wave of murders by machete-wielding gangs in Masaka sub-region about two years ago.
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While beginning the year, he announced the quarter trail of the members of parliament to begin and clearly stated to the state that these accused MPs were brought in the court following the allegations against them “the law says they are innocent until proven guilty” – he continues to say.
“When the trial begins there will be no delaying, there will be no games” – Chief Justice added.
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