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Title:A Comment on the Functional Relationship between the Three Arms of the State in Uganda
Author:Nsibambi, Apolo
Year:2001
Periodical:East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights (ISSN 1021-8858)
Volume:7
Issue:2
Pages:154-163
Language:English
Geographic terms:Uganda
East Africa
Subjects:constitutionalism
Law, Human Rights and Violence
Politics and Government
politics
Legislative bodies
constitutions
governance
executive power
judicial power
parliament
Abstract:This is an edited version of the address the Ugandan Prime Minister, Apolo Nsibambi, delivered at the workshop for parliamentarians, held at the International Conference Centre, Kampala, Uganda, on September 17, 2001, on the current relationship in Uganda between the three arms of government: the Executive, the Legislative and the Judiciary. The Prime Minister discusses the facilitators of a harmonious relationship between the three arms of the State, sketches the role of the media in promoting a harmonious relationship between the three branches of government, considers the separation of powers in Ugandan history and comments on the role of the judiciary during the 2000 referendum. Notes, ref.
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