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Title: An appraisal on the rights of freedom of expression and association in Uganda. A review of article 29 of the 1995 Constitution and other existing laws.
Authors: Phiona, Nafuna
Keywords: Constitutionalism
Rights of freedom
Expression
Uganda
Association
Article 29 of the 1995 Constitution
Issue Date: Jun-2016
Publisher: Kampala international international: School Of Law
Abstract: The study apprised the rights of freedom of expression and association in Uganda. A review of article 29 of 1995 constitution of Uganda. It was carried out with specific aims of identifying the major causes qf violation of rights of freedom of expression and association under article 29 of 199 5 constitution; appraising the extent to which rights of freedom of expression and association have been enjoyed and recommended a way of how restraint law should liberalized examine the constitution another existing laws, remedies available to the person whose rights have been violated; challenges towards observance of the rights of freedom of expression and association. Literature was reviewed on the existing facts and what other researchers have said. Qualitative research was the most relied on. The information collected •was organized according to chapters in order to make a meaning/it! Presentation, conclusion and recommendation. The study discussed the challenges to the rights and concluded that laws that regulate the rights of expression and association are in most cases manipulated in favor of government. The study recommended that there should be a system of checks and balances which should include adequate limitation of state power in curtaining free expression and association in Uganda government should facilitate enjoyment of the rights; patriotism should be encouraged it is from this that the researcher suggested that government needs to ope-rationalize the law without discrimination to any party.
Description: A dissertation submitted to the school of law in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the a ward of bachelors degree of laws at Kampala international university
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/10655
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