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WHEN JUDGES LIGHT THE PATH: A Review of Court – Directed Constitutional Reforms in Uganda

 Author: Kituo cha Katiba  Category: Books (Others), Books at the Centre  Publisher: New Vision and Publishing Company  Published: April 13, 2024

In the classical montesquieuan tradition of separation of powers, modern government operates under three branches: the Executive , the Legislature and the Judiciary and, as much as possible, these must be kept institutional autonomous, with the powers of the three being held and exercised independently and separately. parliament must confine itself to making laws; the judiciary to the settlement of disputes; while the executive sticks to initiating policies and implementing them and actually governing the country.