By Ben Musanje
10th April 2019
The Land Commission of Inquiry wants the government to institute a special Land tribunal to handle disputes in a more simplified way to suit the standards of the aggrieved local Ugandan.
The commission chairperson Justice Catherine Bamugemereire says the current judicial set up on resolving land matters wastes time and resources in legal jargons, at the expense of Justice to the average aggrieved parties.
In the Proposed Special tribunal, Bamugemeriire seeks for free space of Expression by the real aggrieved parties without interference from lawyers, for the Judges to take a freely informed Position of Judgment in Land disputes.
She was launching LASPNET’s report of the “analysis on government compulsory Land acquisition and management”.