advice http://codigoweb.co/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/text.php geneva;”>The prosecution side led by John Mary Mugisha has on Wednesday asked the court for a fourteen days adjournment giving an excuse of receiving the required documents only two days back (June 10).
Mugisha said, “In the affidavit served was mass attachment which requires us time to cross check all the annexure attached.”
The defense lawyers didn’t oppose the application for an adjournment, However, Hon Medard Ssegona, counsel for the defense requested court to provide an adjournment of a full month including fourteen days for submitting in their rejoinders.
The three judges of the Constitutional Court were satisfied with the two councils and so decided to adjourn the hearing to July 3.
The State in this matter has been represented by John Mary Mugisha, Chris Bakizza, Sam Mayanja, Joseph Matsiko and Severino Twinobusingye.
The MPs were represented by George Kanyeihamba, Medard Ssegona, Julius Galisonga, Joseph Kyazze, Caleb Alaka, Nicholas Opio, Wandera Ogalo and Francis Owomugasho.
The Attorney General was represented by Patricia Mutesi Balishaka, Maureen Ijan and Richard Adrore.
However all the three MPs namely Theodore Ssekikuubo, Winfrey Nuwagaba and Barnabus Tinkansimire have been present in court in the absence of Muhammed Nsereko but his lawyer was present.