By Ruth Anderah.
The High court has referred a case of the six suspended Mps to the Constitutional Court for interpretation .
According to a ruling written by trial judge Margaret Oguli-Oumo and read to court by Asst Registrar Joy Kabagye , having perused the evidence on record;
She has come to a conclusion that the Mps inappropriately filed their case against speaker Kadaga and Attorney General before a wrong court.
Justice Oguli has explained that according to section 137 of the Constitution, any person who alleges to have been aggrieved with any act or omission that contravenes the Constitution, should petition the Constitutional court for a redress.
For this matter , justice Oguli has declined to hear the case and instead forwarded the file to the Constitutional Court with orders that each party bears its own costs.