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Title: A critique of the independence of the judiciary in light of the constitution of the republic of Uganda, 1995
Authors: Biira, Moreen Confidence
Keywords: independence
judiciary
constitution
republic of Uganda
Issue Date: Jun-2019
Publisher: Kampala International University,School of Law
Abstract: The study examined a critic of the independence of the Judiciary in light of the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda 1995. Uganda is a democratic state found in East Africa. The Executive arm of government is on the spot as the major inhibitor in the administration of justice and it ranks number one as the abuser of constitutionalism as compared to other organs. The study was guided by the following objectives;- to examine the independence of the court systems in Uganda, to establish whether the Courts in Uganda today are indeed Independent, to establish the causes of lack of independence of the judiciary and the impact of the appointment of judicial officers by the president on the independence of the judiciary, to draw the necessary conclusions and possible solutions to address the issues involving judicial independence in Uganda and to explore the conclusion based on the entire discussion.
Description: A research report submitted to the School of law in partial fulfillment for the award of a Bachelor's Degree in Law of Kampala International University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/9228
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