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|Title:||The effectiveness of the Legal and Institutional Framework in curbing corruption in Uganda: A case study of the Anti Corruption Act 2009.|
Anti Corruption Act 2009
|Publisher:||Kampala International University, School of law.|
|Abstract:||The research aims at examining the effectiveness of the legal and institutional framework on corruption in the fight against corruption in Uganda putting into consideration the Anti -Corruption Act 2009. Corruption has continued to be a very serious problem in the country and the entire world in which Uganda is considered to be amongst the most corrupt countries. In trying to solve the problem, the country has come up with different Anti-corruption laws and institutions. However, despite the existence of such, the rate at which corruption grows is very high and different questions have continued to exist in the minds of the citizens as to why corruption has persisted yet various attempts to eliminate it have been made, whether there is a big problem with the existing laws and Anti-Corruption Institutions and what could be the factors that hinder the performance of such institutions. The research has intended to answer some of such questions which have continued to rotate in the minds of Ugandans. It emphasizes that for there to be a total fight against corruption, there is need to have effective laws and proper implementers of such laws.|
|Description:||A dissertation submitted to the School of Law in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Award of the Degree of Bachelor of Laws of Kampala International University.|
|Appears in Collections:||Bachelor of Laws|
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