The Independence Of The Judiciary As Abasic Principle Of Constitionalism In Uganda: Case Study 2000-2010

Contents

Contents·······························'.·········································································································· 1

Declaration ..................................................................................................................................... iii

List of Statutes .............................................................................................................................. vii

List of cases .................................................................................................................................. viii

List of Acron yins ........................................................................................................................... ix

Abstract ........................................................................................................................................... x

Chapter One .................................................................................................................................... 1

1.0 Background and Approach of the Study ................................................................................... I

I.I Introduction: .............................................................................................................................. 1

1.2 Background of the study ........................................................................................................... 1

1.2.1 Origins of the principle of the Independence of the Judiciary ............................................... 1

1.2.2 The Theoretical ·background .................................................................................................. 3

1.3 Statement of the problem .......................................................................................................... 4

1.4 Objectiv~ of stugy ..................................................................................................................... 4

1.5 The purpose of this study includes inter alia; ............................................................................ 4

1. 7 Literature- rev:i:ew ....................................................................................................................... 5

1.8 Methodology ........................................................................................................................... 15

Chapter Two .................................................................................................................................. 16

2.0 A Historical review on the Independence of the Judiciary in Uganda . .................................. 16

2.1 Colonial Uganda (1900-1962} ................................................................................................ 16

2.2 The Judiciary in Post-Colonial Uganda (1962-1971) ............................................................. 17

2.3 The Judiciary in the Idi Amin Regime (1971-1979) ............................................................... 19

2.4 The Judiciary during the Uganda National Liberation Front (UNLF) .................................... 20

Government and Obote II (1979-1985) ........................................................................................ 20

2.5 The Judiciary in the Movement Government (1986-2010} .................................................... 21

Chapter Three ................................................................................................................................ 24

"3.0 Judicial Independence betrayed by Discretionary powers ..................................................... 24

· 3.1 The evolution of judicial discretion ........................................................................................ 24

3.2 Practical example of exercise of Judicial discretion ............................................................... 25

3.3 Illustration of Possible danger. ................................................................................................ 28

Chapter Four ................................................................................................................................. 30

4.0 Judicial Immuriih•_~yt. >... .-................................................................................................................ 30

4.1 Nature of ImmunitYt················································································································ 30

4.2 The Effect- Checks & Balances ............................................................................................ 31

4.3 The English example ............................................................................................................... 32

Chapter Five .................................................................................................................................. 33

5.0 Findings: ................................................................................................................................. 33

5.4 Solutions: ................................................................................................................................ 37

5. 7. 0 Recommendations ................................................................................................................ 40

5.7.4 Conclusion ........................................................................................................................... 41

Bibliography ................................................................................................................................. 42

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APA

RICHARD, M (2021). The Independence Of The Judiciary As Abasic Principle Of Constitionalism In Uganda: Case Study 2000-2010. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/the-independence-of-the-judiciary-as-abasic-principle-of-constitionalism-in-uganda-case-study-2000-2010

MLA 8th

RICHARD, MUHEREZA "The Independence Of The Judiciary As Abasic Principle Of Constitionalism In Uganda: Case Study 2000-2010" Afribary. Afribary, 03 Jun. 2021, https://afribary.com/works/the-independence-of-the-judiciary-as-abasic-principle-of-constitionalism-in-uganda-case-study-2000-2010. Accessed 22 May. 2024.

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RICHARD, MUHEREZA . "The Independence Of The Judiciary As Abasic Principle Of Constitionalism In Uganda: Case Study 2000-2010". Afribary, Afribary, 03 Jun. 2021. Web. 22 May. 2024. < https://afribary.com/works/the-independence-of-the-judiciary-as-abasic-principle-of-constitionalism-in-uganda-case-study-2000-2010 >.

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RICHARD, MUHEREZA . "The Independence Of The Judiciary As Abasic Principle Of Constitionalism In Uganda: Case Study 2000-2010" Afribary (2021). Accessed May 22, 2024. https://afribary.com/works/the-independence-of-the-judiciary-as-abasic-principle-of-constitionalism-in-uganda-case-study-2000-2010

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