Hopefully this is a lesson to anti-LGBT conservatives complaining about "judicial activism":
Uganda’s Constitutional Court, the country’s highest court, has struck down the infamous Anti-Homosexuality Law, ruling that Parliament passed it illegally. House Speaker Rebecca Kadaga, a proponent of the policy, ignored a quorum call before holding a vote last December with less than a third of lawmakers present.This is good news, but the fight against the bill isn't over. This wasn't a ruling on the merits, and Kadaga could pass it again if she follows the correct procedure.
As one of the judges explained, “The illegal act of the Speaker tainted the process and rendered it a nullity.” The Court did not weigh the merits of the bill, which criminalized homosexuality and advocacy for gay rights with life sentences in prison.
But do you see, conservatives? That's why you have a judiciary that can invalidate laws.