Monday, May 25, 2009

Who is responsible Judiciary?

In trying to grapple with corruption, The President of Uganda recently stated that the corrupt suspects should not be given bail. While this seems a good idea I must say that the biggest problem currently facing Uganda's fight is not judiciary and in that respect bail- All state actors must be seen to be fighting corruption. Not through lip service but through doing their work. For instance I would agree with the President if he was not recycling his corrupt Ministers including those that were censured by Parliament.

In one of the incidences, H.E the President Chaired a caucus meeting that was discussing a procurement related case of NSSF and the culprits were ignored; Bail comes after a legal process and the truth if each responsible authority took action beginning with the President we would have a better nation.

So where is the problem?

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