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Uganda at 50 and the problem of “sham constitutions”

Today’s Sunday Monitor features a stinging but unsurprising assessment of the state of Uganda’s 1995 constitution by Busingye Kabumba, who teaches constitutional law at Makerere University in Kampala.  The title says it all: “The 1995 Uganda Constitution is nothing but an illusory law.”  Kabumba characterizes the Ugandan constitution as “an elaborate farce that is cynically perpetrated by

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Published on September 24, 2012
Author:          Filed under: David Law, hp, Mila Versteeg, sham constitutions, Sudan, Uganda, Zimbabwe