Source: Uganda Constitutional Commission
The report of the Constitutional Commission (missing chapters 7-14 and 24). Chapter 6 concerns citizenship; the introduction states:
This chapter is divided into four sections. The first discusses the notion and importance of citizenship, the relationship between citizenship and nationality, the origins of the problems related to citizenship from the colonial to the present time and the country’s laws on citizenship and refugees. The second section considers the concerns and principles identified by people’s views and the specific observations they contain. The third section analyses the major issues concerning citizenship and offers recommendations on each. The final section concentrates on the duties of citizens which can promote nation-building and democracy.
Download file: Uganda Constitutional Commission Report 1995