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Author Kanyeihamba, George W.,
Title Constitutional and political history of Uganda from 1894 to the present / G.W. Kanyeihamba.
Imprint Nairobi, Kenya ; Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania ; Kampala, Uganda : LawAfrica, 2010.
2010
Edition Second edition.

Author Kanyeihamba, George W.,
Subject Constitutional history -- Uganda.
Description 1 online resource (346 pages)
Edition Second edition.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Note Print version record.
Contents Chapter One. Historical Background: The Foundations of Uganda -- Chapter Two. The Forces which Determined the Destiny of Uganda -- Chapter Three. Uganda Becomes an Independent Sovereign State -- Chapter Four. The Dramatic Years -- Chapter Five. The Age of Militarism in Uganda -- Chapter Six. Power Rides Naked Through Uganda under the Muzzle of a Gun -- Chapter Seven. The Return of Obote and Continued Misrule -- Chapter Eight. The National Resistance Movement in the Bush -- Chapter Nine. The Best Legacy of the NRM to Uganda -- Chapter Ten. Failures of the NRM -- Chapter Eleven. The Metamophosis of the NRM -- Chapter Twelve. Governance from Customary, Through Colonial to Modern Obligations -- Chapter Thirteen. Theory's and Principles of Governance -- Chapter Fourteen. Election Laws and Electoral Malpractices in Uganda -- Chapter Fifteen. A Gaze in the Future.
ISBN 9789966031501 (electronic bk.)
9966031502 (electronic bk.)
9789966744807
OCLC # 908071836
Additional Format Print version: Kanyeihamba, George W. Constitutional and political history of Uganda from 1894 to the present. Second edition. Nairobi, Kenya ; Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania ; Kampala, Uganda : LawAfrica, 2010 xiii, 329 pages 9789966744807



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