A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE LEGAL REGIME ON HUMAN RIGHTS IN UGANDA.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS ........................................................................................................................ ii DECLARATION ................................................................................................................................... iv APPROVAL ........................................................................................................................................... v DEDICATION ....................................................................................................................................... vi ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ................................................................................................................... vii ACRONYMS ........................................................................................................................................ viii LIST OF STATUTES AND INSTRUMENTS ........................................................................................ ix G:HAPTER ONE ..................................................................................................................................... 1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY ........................................................................................................ 1 !.I Introduction ....................................................................................................................................... 1 1.2 Background to the Study .................................................................................................................... 1 1.3 Statement ofthe problem ................................................................................................................... 8 1.4 Broad objective ................................................................................................................................. 8 1.5 Specific objectives ............................................................................................................................. 8 1.6 Significance of the study .................................................................................................................... 9 I. 7 Rationale ofthe study ........................................................................................................................ 9 1.8 Justification of the study .................................................................................................................... 9 1.9 Scope of the study ............................................................................................................................. 9 11.10 Conceptual fi·amework ................................................................................................................... 10 1.11 Study assumption ........................................................................................................................... 10 1.12 The study questions ....................................................................................................................... 11 CHAPTER TWO .................................................................................................................................. 12 LITERATURE REVIEW ...................................................................................................................... 12 2.3 Definition of terms used .................................................................................................................. 12 2.4 Views ofliteral interpretations and originalists ................................................................................. 12 2.5 Views ofnon-originalists ................................................................................................................. 15 2.6 Uganda's situation ........................................................................................................................... 17 ii 2. 7 Pragmatic approach: ........................................................................................................................ 17 ~.8 The constitution should be interpreted as a whole ............................................................................. 18 2.9 The Meaningful and Effective rule ofinterpretation ......................................................................... 19 2.30 Narrow Construction to be preferred in case of derogation fi·om a guaranteed right ........................ 20 2.31 The Constitution must be interpreted as a living document. ............................................................ 21 2.32 International Human Rights Convention and treaties may be used in interpretation ........................ 22 CHAPTER THREE ............................................................................................................................... 24 METHODOLOGY ................................................................................................................................ 24 3.1. Research Design ............................................................................................................................. 24 3.2. Study area ....................................................................................................................................... 24 3.3 Target population ............................................................................................................................ 24 3.4 sample size and sampling procedure ................................................................................................ 24 3:;5 Data collection techniques ............................................................................................................... 25 3.6 Source of data collection .................................................................................................................. 27 3.7 Data management ............................................................................................................................ 28 3,8 Ethical consideration ....................................................................................................................... 28 3.9 Study limitation and delimitation ..................................................................................................... 28 CHAPTER FOUR ................................................................................................................................. 29 PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS OF DATA ................................................................................... 29 4.1 Introduction ..................................................................................................................................... 29 4.2 views of the public ........................................................................................................................... 29 4.3 views of Government officials ......................................................................................................... 31 4.4 views of legal practitioners .............................................................................................................. 33 GHAPTER FIVE ................................................................................................................................... 36 CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS .................................................................................. 36 5.1 Introduction ..................................................................................................................................... 36 5.2 Conclusion ...................................................................................................................................... 36 5.3 Recommendations ........................................................................................................................... 36 BIBLIOGRAPHY ................................................................................................................................. 38 Annexure ............... , .............................................................................................................................. 39  

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