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This implies Mbabazi and Onek cannot step aside based on the recommendations of the MPs in their resolutions of October 11 but the investigations can go on as they hold their offices.
Court had earlier barred the ad-hoc committee from probing the trio pending the determination of a petition filed by city lawyer Severino Twinobusingye; who argued Parliament had overstepped its mandate to set up the committee.
Severino had further noted that Parliament acted outside the law when it fell short of offering Mbabazi a chance to defend himself over the oil saga before initiating the probe committee.
To Severino, MPs were biased by not providing an impartial platform to the three government officials to provide their defence.