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 last of a three-part series, The Observer’s Sulaiman Kakaire examines the nature of reliefs the court has been granting and how politics has influenced its work .
This article was published with funding from ACME’s Enhanced Media Reporting for Transparency and Accountability (EMERTA) programme.
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Delayed Justice, Part III by African Centre for Media Excellence