Remember Me
Or use your Academic/Social account:


Or use your Academic/Social account:


You have just completed your registration at OpenAire.

Before you can login to the site, you will need to activate your account. An e-mail will be sent to you with the proper instructions.


Please note that this site is currently undergoing Beta testing.
Any new content you create is not guaranteed to be present to the final version of the site upon release.

Thank you for your patience,
OpenAire Dev Team.

Close This Message


Verify Password:
Verify E-mail:
*All Fields Are Required.
Please Verify You Are Human:
fbtwitterlinkedinvimeoflicker grey 14rssslideshare1
Andama, Lillian
Languages: English
Types: Doctoral thesis
Subjects: LAW
  • The results below are discovered through our pilot algorithms. Let us know how we are doing!

    • 2. Charles Onyango Obbo and Andrew Mwenda v Attorney General, Constitutional Petition No. 15 of 1997 (2000) UGCC 4 (21 July 2000).
    • 3. Council of Civil Service Unions v Minister for the Civil Service [1985] AC 374
    • 4. Edmonton Journal v Alberta (A.G.) (1989) 2 SCR 1326.
    • 5. Muwanga Kivumbi v Attorney General, Constitutional Petition No. 9 of 2005.
    • 7. Miria Matembe and Others v Attorney General (Constitutional Petition No.2 of 2005).
    • 8. Ndyanabo v Attorney General East Africa Law Reports (2001)2 EA 485 (CAT)
    • 1 Clive Lewis, Judicial Remedies in Public Law, 4th edn. Sweet and Maxwell. 2009, Pg 9 and Lord Denning: The Closing Chapter, Oxford University Press. Pg. 117- 124
    • 2 The system was inherited from Britain. I.I Massey: Administrative Law 6th Edition. Pg. 238.
    • 3 Council of Civil Service Unions (CCSU) v Minister of State for the Civil Service (1985) AC 374, HL and Jonathan Manning, Judicial Review Proceedings, A Practitioner's Guide to Advice and Representation. 2nd Edn. LAG Education and Service Trust Limited. Pg. 119.
    • 4 R v Medical Appeal Tribunal ex p. Gilmore 1957 1 Q. B. 574. Pg. 583.
    • 5 Anthony Bradley, Judicial Review Human Rights and their Protection in Public Law, 2011, Lecture Notes, Themes in Legislative Studies Week 12- Judicial Review http://studyonline.sas.ac.uk/course/view/php?id. Pg. 1 and id. Manning, pg. 121.
    • 6 Report of the Uganda Constitutional Commission: Analysis and Recommendations, (Odoki Report) 1992 pg. 252. www.constitutionnet.org/node/10749.
    • 7Id Chapter Eight, pg. 181 and the 1995 Uganda Constitution (the “Constitution”) Laws of Uganda Volume 1. www.ugandaonlinelawlibrary.net/file/constitution-1995.pdf. Articles 69 -76 pgs. 65-68.
    • 8 Denis Kibirige Kawooya, Judicial Review by the Constitutional Court in Uganda: Lessons for the Drafter. Essay Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree in Advanced Legislative Studies of the University of London 2008-2009. (Unreported) www.studyonline.sas.ac.uk
    • 9 Peter Walubiri 'Towards a New Judicature in Uganda: From Reluctant Guards to Centurions of Justice' Peter M. Walubiri (ed) Uganda: Constitutionalism at Cross Roads (Uganda Law Watch Kampala 1998) 135-208 at 138.
    • 10 Id. Odoki Report pg. 426.
    • 11 Pg. 109.
    • 12 Mark Elliot, The Constitutional Foundations of Judicial Review (Hart Publishing Oxford 2001) 2.
    • 13 Christopher Wolfe The Rise of Modern Judicial Review: From Constitutional Interpretation to Judge made Law (Littlefield Adams Quality Paperbacks, London 1994) at 76.
    • 14 Eric Barendt, An Introduction to Constitutional Law (Oxford University Press London 1998) 17.
    • 15 Christopher F. Zurn Deliberative Democracy and the Institutions of Judicial Review (Cambridge University Press, New York, 2007) at 85.
    • 16 Ssemogerere and Others v Attorney General, Constitutional Petition No. 3 of 1999(2000) UGA J No. 1 Constitutional Court. www.safilii.org/ug/cases/UGCC/recent.html (Semwogerere case) It explains elaborately the import of article 137.
    • 17 Per Marshall CJ in Marbury v Madison 1 Cranch 137 (1803) at 177.
    • 18 Amicus Curiae Issue no. 2007. Judicial Activism and Overreach in India R. Shunmugasundaram. Article taken from Lecture at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies in 2007. Pg. 22.
    • 19 Idh.ttp://studyonline.sas.ac.uk/course/view/php?id 23Henry Odimbe Ojambo, Reflections on Freedom of Expression in Uganda's Fledgling Democracy. Sedition, “Pornography” and Hate Speech. Human Rights and Peace Centre Working Paper No. 18, 2008.
    • 24 Chuhraippteecr.mFoauk.ra,cp.gu.g3/p9d.fs/working_paper_18.pdf 35 MCaotuermt bCeivainldAoptphliecrastivonANttoor.n1e5y6Goefn1e9r9a9l,. Constitutional Petition No. 2 of 2005 East African Law Reports, 2005 Volume 2. The constitutional court was asked to stop Parliament from debating the Constitution (Amendment) Bill, No.2 of 2005. LawAfrica Publishing (U) Ltd. Accessed on 14/06/2013.
    • 94 The Press and Journalists Bill, 1995. Parliamentary Debates (Hansard) National Assembly 8th Session 1994-1995, Second Meeting Issue No.39, 19 April-24th May 1995 at pp. 147-250. Available at www.parliament.go.ug/new/index.php/documents-and-reports/daily-hansard
    • 95 Therefore clauses namely 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, that required the registration of newspapers were deleted. Also deleted were clauses 9 and 10, which provided for the Registrar of newspapers.
    • 96 Laws of Uganda, Revised Edn, Chapter 104.
    • 97 Id Chapter 105.
    • 98 Supra.
    • 113 Jjuuko, F.W. (2005) “To Ban or Not to Ban” A Critique of the Media Council Ruling” 11 EAJPHR at 174 and cited in Ojambo pg. 24.
    • 114 International Freedom of Expression Exchange, “Parliament Rejects Government Move to Impose Media Regulation” July 27, 2006. http://www.ifex.org/fr/content/view/full/75952.
  • No related research data.
  • No similar publications.

Share - Bookmark

Download from

Cite this article