Court on Friday released two protesters who sneaked two piglets into parliament painted yellow, their lawyer told AFP.
"I am happy my clients are out of prison," lawyer Isaac Ssemakadde said, confirming his clients Robert Mayanja and Norman Tumuhimbise had been released on bail.
Last month the two men managed to sneak into the tightly guarded parliament where they let loose two piglets, in protest at what they said was corruption and extravagant spending by lawmakers.
Mayanja and Tumuhimbise are facing three charges including interrupting parliamentary activities, criminal trespass and conspiracy to sneak piglets into parliament, charges they deny.
The men were released on a non-cash bail equivalent to $780 (570 euros), and told to return to court on August 4. AFP
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‘Parliament pigs’ protesters granted bail