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Title: An Examination of the Doctrine of Separation of Powers In Line With Independence of Judiciary in Uganda.
Authors: Noah, Musasibwaki
Keywords: Doctrine of Separation of Powers
Independence of Judiciary
Issue Date: Jan-2019
Publisher: Kampala International University,diploma in law
Abstract: This study "An Examination of the Doctrine of Separation of Powers in line With Independence of Judiciary in Uganda". The case law was carried out in Uganda, with specific aims to; to analyze the doctrine of separation of powers in Uganda, to examine the relationship between the Judiciary and other arms of government the Executive and the Legislature, to identify the factors affecting the independence of the Judiciary, to identify the root causes of the factors affecting the independence of the judiciary and to recommend possible solutions or remedies towards the maintenance and strengthening the powers and independence of the Judiciary. This was done through use of a qualitative under qualitative asked and obtained information from judges magistrate lawyers and political personnel. The study was covered from 1995 to 2019 focusing on doctrine or separation of powers and the independence of judiciary in Uganda it has helped so much the country to develop politically in respect of institutions of the government while performing their activity that is judiciary, executive and legislature and other law enforcement bodies. The research covered five chapters; chapter one contains the introduction of the topics objectives and statement of the problems chapter two has literature review of the research, chapter three has the methods used while collecting the data, chapter four has the findings of the research topics and chapter five has the conclusion and recommendation of the topic.
Description: A Dissertation Submitted To the School Of Law in Partial Fulfillment for the Award of Diploma in Law at Kampala International University
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