Judicial Review: An Effective Tool for\ud Protecting the Freedom of Expression in Uganda

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Andama, Lillian
  • Subject: LAW
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    2. Charles Onyango Obbo and Andrew Mwenda v Attorney General, Constitutional Petition No. 15 of 1997 (2000) UGCC 4 (21 July 2000).

    3. Council of Civil Service Unions v Minister for the Civil Service [1985] AC 374

    4. Edmonton Journal v Alberta (A.G.) (1989) 2 SCR 1326.

    5. Muwanga Kivumbi v Attorney General, Constitutional Petition No. 9 of 2005.

    7. Miria Matembe and Others v Attorney General (Constitutional Petition No.2 of 2005).

    8. Ndyanabo v Attorney General East Africa Law Reports (2001)2 EA 485 (CAT)

    1 Clive Lewis, Judicial Remedies in Public Law, 4th edn. Sweet and Maxwell. 2009, Pg 9 and Lord Denning: The Closing Chapter, Oxford University Press. Pg. 117- 124

    2 The system was inherited from Britain. I.I Massey: Administrative Law 6th Edition. Pg. 238.

    3 Council of Civil Service Unions (CCSU) v Minister of State for the Civil Service (1985) AC 374, HL and Jonathan Manning, Judicial Review Proceedings, A Practitioner's Guide to Advice and Representation. 2nd Edn. LAG Education and Service Trust Limited. Pg. 119.

    4 R v Medical Appeal Tribunal ex p. Gilmore 1957 1 Q. B. 574. Pg. 583.

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