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Lessons of constitution-making in Uganda

James S. E. Opolot

Lessons of constitution-making in Uganda

by James S. E. Opolot

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Published by Centre for Basic Research in Kampala, Uganda .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Uganda.
    • Subjects:
    • Constitutional law -- Uganda.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Samson James Opolot and Crispin Kintu Nyago.
      SeriesCBR workshop report ;, no. 10
      ContributionsNyago, Crispin Kintu., Workshop of the Centre for Basic Research on Constitutionalism (1996 : Mukono, Uganda)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKTW171 .O66 2000
      The Physical Object
      Pagination49 p. ;
      Number of Pages49
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL126855M
      LC Control Number99502414

      Altınyelken () found that after a switch from chronologic curriculum to thematic, teachers in Uganda experienced great difficulties in the Journal of Education and Learning. The Making of the Constitution of Kenya examines the processes, issues and challenges of constitution making, governance and legitimacy in that country and the lessons that can be learned for others on the continent. Equipping the reader with a sound historical perspective on constitutional developments and the crisis of constitutional.

      Box Uganda: The use of views. In Uganda [], while the law establishing the constitutional commission directed the commission to achieve “a national consensus” on constitutional issues, and required it to “seek the views of the general public through the holding of public meetings and debates, seminars, workshops and any other form of collecting public views,” it also required. Constitution making is a deliberative process, and especially when integrating the public participation model, needs to be given adequate time. It is a mistake to attempt to short-circuit this process. For example, in some cases, commissions have tried to conduct civic .

      expensive constitution. Hence the subtitle of the book, "The politics of constitution making" is not only electic but too narrow. In other words, a transdisciplinary ap proach towards analyzing the constitution-making process in Uganda should have been preferred. In spite of these limitations, the book is a stimulating account of a period in. Time Warp Trio Topical Lesson Plans (Y) Time Warp Trio is an American animated television series, based on the children's book series written by Jon Scieszka. This site offers lesson plans designed to enhance studies is history and humanities. Scroll down the page for topic to a PDF lesson plan.


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