The Uganda Constitution, April 1966

  title={The Uganda Constitution, April 1966},
  author={Henry Francis Morris},
  journal={Journal of African Law},
  pages={112 - 117}
  • H. F. Morris
  • Published 1 June 1966
  • Political Science, History
  • Journal of African Law
Uganda's Independence Constitution, which came into force on October 9th, 1962, was the culmination of long negotiation in an attempt to reconcile the conflicting interests of Buganda, the western kingdoms and Busoga on the one hand, and the rest of the country on the other, and the result was a delicate compromise between a unitary and a federal state—the fruit of a political understanding between the Uganda Peoples Congress and the Buganda traditionalists. As in the following years rifts… 

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