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Justice Esther Kisaakye Saga: Commonwealth Lawyers Association Unhappy With Judicial Service Commission

Justice Esther Kisaakye Saga: Commonwealth Lawyers Association Unhappy With Judicial Service Commission

Justice Esther Kisaakye saga has gained traction after Commonwealth Lawyers Association strongly condemned the Judicial Service Commission’s decision to suggest her removal from office.

On February 8th, the commission had asked President Yoweri Museveni to institute a tribunal to have her kicked out. Justice Esther Kisaakye is due to be investigated over alleged misconduct and verbal attack on the Chief Justice Alfonso Winy-Dollo.

Kisaakye’s troubles originate from her dissenting decision in the presidential election petition involving both Robert Kyagulanyi and president Museveni in March 2021.

The Commonwealth Lawyers association is an international non-profit organization. It majorly exists to promote and maintain the rule of law throughout the commonwealth member states.

They have asked president Museveni in his capacity to be careful not to go by the Judicial Service Commission’s recommendations. They therefore advised against having Justice Kisaakye removed from office.

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