The Independence Of The Parliament Of Uganda In Implementing Its Legislative Role Since 1995.

TABLE OF CONTENT

DECLARATION ............................................................................................................... 2

APPROVAL ...................................................................................................................... 3

CHAPTER ONE ............................................................................................................. 6

GENERAL INTRODUCTION .................................................................................... 6

1.1 HISTORICAL ANALYSIS ................................................................................... 6

1.2 BAKGROUND OF THE PROBLEM ............. , ...................................................... 7

1.3 THESIS STATEMENT. ........................................................................................ 7

1.4 HYPOTHESIS ....................................................................................................... 8

1.5 SIGNIFICANCY OF THE STUDY ...................................................................... 8

1.6 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY ..... , ...................................................................... 9

1.7 OBSERVATION OF THE STUDY ...................................................................... 9

1.8 LITERATURE REVIEW ...................................................................................... 10

1.9 CONCLUSION .................................................................................................... 12

CHAPTER TWO

PARLIAMENT OF UGANDA ....................................................................... 13

2.1 INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................. 13

2.2 DEFINITION ..................................................................................................... 14

2.3 LOCATION ........................................................................................................ 15

2.4 CO MPOSITION OF PARLIAMENT ............................................................... 15

2.5 DEPARTMENTS OF PARLIAMENT ................................................................ 16

2.6 PERSONNEL OF PARLIAMENT .. · ................................................................... 16

The office of the speaker ............................................................................ 16

The leader of the house .............................................................................. 16

The party whips ............................................................................................. 16

The chief whips ............................................................................................. 16

Members of parliament (front and back benchers) ........................... 17

2. 7 LEGISLATIVE ROLE OF PARLIAMENT ...................................................... 17

2.8 LEGISLATIVE PROCESS .............................................................................. 18

CHAPTER THREE

INDEPENDENCE OF PARLIAMENT

3.1 PARLIAMENTARY SOVEREINGNTY ............................................................ 20

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Parliamentary privilege .................................................................................. 20

3.2 ELEMENTS OF INDEPENDENCE ..................................................................... 21

Functional independence ................................................................................ 21

Personnel independence ................................................................................. 22

Disciplinary powers of the speaker ............................................................... 22

Institutional independence ............................................. : ............................... 23

Government and opposition .......................................................................... 24

The law and custom of parliament .............................................................. 25

3.3 CONCLUSION .................................................................................................... 25

CHAPTER FOUR

PARLIAMENT OF ANOTHER COUNTRY .................................................. 26

4.1 THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT ........................................................................... 26

4.2 THE ELECTROL PROCESS .................................................................................. 26

4.3 PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEES ....................................................................... 26

4.4 PARLIAMENTARY PRIVILEGE ............................................................................ 27

4.5 SUGGESTED READINGS ..................................................................................... 27

4.6 CONCLUSION ........................................................................................................ 27

CHAPTER FIVE

REASERCH FINDING AND DATA ANALYSIS ......................................... 28

5.1 INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................... 28

5.2 THE PARLIAMENT (POWERS AND PRIVILEGES) ACT .................................... 28

5.3 THE ADMINISTRATION OF PARLIAMENT ACT ................................................ 29

5.4 THE PARLIAMENT (REMUNERATION OF MEMBERS) ACT. .......................... 30

5.5 CONCLUSION ......................................................................................................... 30

CHAPTER SIX

THE SEPARATION OF POWERS ................................................................. 32

6.1 THE CONTEMPORALY DOCTRINE ..................................................................... 32

6.2 DEFINING THE INSTITUTIONS ......................................................................... 33

The executive ....................................................................................................... 33

The legislature ..................................................................................................... 33

The judiciary ........................................................................................................ 34

6.3 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EXECUTIVE AND LEGISLATURE;

LEGISLATURE AND JUDICIARY ................................................................................. 35

The personnel of government.. .................. , ..................................................... 35

Political and procedural checks on government.. ....................................... .36

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HAMZA, B (2021). The Independence Of The Parliament Of Uganda In Implementing Its Legislative Role Since 1995.. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/the-independence-of-the-parliament-of-uganda-in-implementing-its-legislative-role-since-1995

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HAMZA, BOGERE "The Independence Of The Parliament Of Uganda In Implementing Its Legislative Role Since 1995." Afribary. Afribary, 04 Jun. 2021, https://afribary.com/works/the-independence-of-the-parliament-of-uganda-in-implementing-its-legislative-role-since-1995. Accessed 28 May. 2024.

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HAMZA, BOGERE . "The Independence Of The Parliament Of Uganda In Implementing Its Legislative Role Since 1995.". Afribary, Afribary, 04 Jun. 2021. Web. 28 May. 2024. < https://afribary.com/works/the-independence-of-the-parliament-of-uganda-in-implementing-its-legislative-role-since-1995 >.

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HAMZA, BOGERE . "The Independence Of The Parliament Of Uganda In Implementing Its Legislative Role Since 1995." Afribary (2021). Accessed May 28, 2024. https://afribary.com/works/the-independence-of-the-parliament-of-uganda-in-implementing-its-legislative-role-since-1995

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