Mak Law Dons File Brief Before Supreme Court

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The brief was filed by the dons lead lawyer, Robert Kirunda this afternoon. He said it is now up to court to determine whether the recommendations they have made will be taken in with or without them being called to submit.

Makerere University law dons have filed their brief before the Supreme Court in the ongoing hearing of the presidential election petition.  

URN hasn't been able to get the details of the brief with sixteen recommendations. The brief was filed by the don's lead lawyer, Robert Kirunda this afternoon. 


He said it is now up to court to determine whether the recommendations they have made will be taken in with or without them being called to submit.
 
 
The lecturers applied and were admitted as friends of court to offer their professional expertise to the justices of the Supreme Court to arrive at a justice ruling.

 

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