Sejusa's lawyers are on Friday expected to respond to Attorney General's (AG) submissions
The case in which the ex-coordinator of intelligence service, Gen. David Sejusa alias Tinyefuza, is seeking to retire from the army has been deferred to Friday.
On Tuesday, the deputy registrar of the civil division of the High Court, Beatrice Atingu adjourned the hearing of the case because the Judge, presiding over the case was absent. It is reported that Justice Margret Oguli-Oumo had gone upcountry for burial.
"By consent of both lawyers, the matter is adjourned to May 13, 2016 for further hearing," Atingu said.
The adjournment of the case by the registrar was prompted by Sejusa's lawyer, Kenneth Munungu who told court they received instructions that the Judge will be available on Friday.
Sejusa's lawyers are on Friday expected to respond to Attorney General's (AG) submissions.
About a fortnight ago, Senior State Attorney George Kalemera asked court to dismiss Sejusa's on grounds that it is barred by time.