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Separation of Powers and the Application of the Political Question Doctrine in Uganda

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AbstractIn Uganda, courts have considered and applied the political question doctrine since the 1960s. This article examines the case law development and trends in the application of the political question doctrine theme in Ugandan jurisprudence. This article discusses the history of the political question doctrine in Uganda. It examines the case law developments and trends around the application of that doctrine in Uganda, and argues that the doctrine is undoubtedly part of the constitutional law of Uganda.

Affiliations: 1: University of Witwatersrand, School of LawJohannesburgSouth Africa


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