Constitutional reform and environmental legislative representation in Uganda

a case study of Butamira Forest Reserve in Uganda by Godber W. Tumushabe

Publisher: Advocates Coalition for Development and Environment in Kampala

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 31-32).

StatementGodber W. Tumushabe [and] Arthur Bainomugisha.
SeriesACODE policy research series -- no. 10, 2004
ContributionsBainomugisha, Arthur.
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 33 p. :
Number of Pages33
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23044593M
LC Control Number2008315660

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Tumushabe Arthur Bainomugisha ACODE Policy Research Series, No, ACODE Policy Research Series, No. Constitutional Reform and Environmental Legislative Representation in Uganda - A Case Study of Butamira Forest Reserve in Uganda by Godber Tumushabe and Arthur Bainomugisha - Cited by: Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this book provides ready access to legislation and practice concerning the environment in Uganda.A general introduction covers geographic considerations, political, social and cultural aspects of environmental study, the sources and principles of environmental law, environmental legislation, and the role of public.

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The way the political transition and constitutional reforms were handled will determine whether or not Uganda will have a peaceful democratic transition and consolidation of democracy. Critical in the constitutional reform and political transition processes is the institution of Parliament which is central to the amendment of the by the Uganda Law Reform Commission.

The Constitution of the Republic of Uganda was promulgated on 8t11 October by the Constituent Assembly, replacing the Constitution. Since its promulgation, the Constitution has been amended three times. • The Constitution (Amendment)Act,ActNo of which commenced on 15t September.

(1) This Constitution is the supreme law of Uganda and shall have binding force on all authorities and persons throughout Uganda. (2) If any other law or any custom is inconsistent with any of the provisions of this Constitution, the Constitution shall prevail, and that other law or custom shall, to the extent of the inconsistency, be void.

The Parliament of Uganda derives its mandate and functions from the Constitution, the Laws of Uganda and its own Rules of Procedure. The Constitution contains articles which provide for the establishment, composition and functions of the Parliament of Uganda and empowers Parliament "to make laws on any matter for the peace, order, development and good governance of Uganda", and.

Constitutional Reform and Environmental Legislative Representation in Uganda - A Case Study of Butamira Forest Reserve in Uganda by Godber Tumushabe and Arthur Bainomugisha - November The overall objective of this study is to analyze cases where Members of Parliament have taken the concerns of their electorates to Parliament.

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Women in Africa (Maputo Protocol). Uganda is also a signatory to the African Union Solemn Declaration on Gender Equality in Africa. National legal framework on women’s rights The Constitution The Constitution of Uganda of contains several provisions on the principle of non.

The following persons shall be citizens of Uganda by birth-(a) every person born in Uganda one of whose parents or grandparents is or was a member of any of the indigenous communities existing and residing within the borders of Uganda as at the first day of February,and set out in the Third Schedule to this Constitution; and.

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While the former strive to achieve the desired goal through changes in the. IDEAS for constitutional reform range from the elementary to the highly improbable. The advantages and disadvantages of some of the suggestions being put forward are listed below.

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