Election offences and multi practices in Uganda a critical analysis of the law Langalanga Chrislero

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Kampala international international: School Of Law
The foundation for election right is found m Article 21 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). This provision has been reinforced by article 25 of international covenant on civil and political rights .However elections in Uganda have been questionable in spite of the existing laws and institution put in place. The question therefore, that this research aims to look at is does electoral laws in place, institution and electoral processes in existence in Uganda sufficient enough to curb down election offences and, multi practice. This paper is limited to critical analysis of the law in regard to election offenses and multi practices in Uganda showing whether elections in Uganda have been conducted without election fraud and multi practice and the necessary steps that can be taken to eradicate such fraud and multi practices in order to achieve democracy. The study analyses the legal and institutional frame work which if worked upon can address the problem of election offense and multi practice. It's concluded with recommendation that can be adopted and revised to curb down election offence and multi practices hence free and fair election
A dissertation submitted to the school of law in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of a bachelor’s degree of laws of Kampala international university
Election offences, Uganda, Multi practices, Law