It’s more than two decades since the Constitutional Court was established in Uganda. The court hit the ground running but is now burdened by a backlog of cases.
In the second of a three-part series, The Observer’s Sulaiman Kakaire examines the effect of case backlog on delivery of justice, and the role of politics in jeopardizing the court’s efficiency.
This article was published with funding from ACME’s Enhanced Media Reporting for Transparency and Accountability (EMERTA) programme.
You can read the story below.
Delayed Justice, Part II by African Centre for Media Excellence