These are backed up by the affidavits of Prof. J Oloka Onyango, Human Rights Awareness and Promotion Forum (HRAPF), Julian Pepe Onziema and Martin Morgan Kanyike, discussing the current effects of the law and the media publications.
The Application for the Temporary Injunction is Constitutional Application No. 008 of 2014 and the Application for Interim Orders is Constitutional Application No.9 of 2014.
The application for a Temporary Injunction is supposed to be heard by three Justices and may be done within a period of one month. That for interim orders may be heard by one Justice and may actually be done within a week. they are both to the same effect, but the interim application is heard more quickly than the application for the temporary injunction, which is still heard much earlier than the Constitutional Petition.
Meanwhile the legal team is now embarking on preparations for the case before the East African Court of Justice on the same issue.
While this is happening, LGBTI people are now in hiding in fear of their lives, as many have been outed by tabloids, Those in hiding report being kicked out of their homes by family, friends, neighbors and some report having lost their jobs. This is exactly how the persecution of Jews began in Nazi Germany. The crisis is escalating. A minority has been singled out for attack. As a direct result of this law, Ugandans think they have a license to persecute and discriminate.
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