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SS1: GOVERNMENT - 2ND TERM

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  1. Types of Government Continues, Federal and Confederal Systems of Government | Week 1
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  2. Forms of Government: Presidential System of Government | Week 2
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  3. Forms of Government: Parliamentary System of Government | Week 3
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  4. Structure and Organization of Government: Legislature | Week 4
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  5. Structure and Organization of Government: Executive | Week 5
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  6. Structure and Organization of Government: Judiciary | Week 6
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  7. Basic Principles of Government: Political Participation and Political Apathy | Week 7
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  8. Basic Principles of Government: Rule of Law and Delegated Legislation | Week 8
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  9. Basic Principles of Government: Centralization and Decentralization | Week 9
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Topic Content:

  • Factors that Ensure Judicial Independence
  • Problems Facing Judiciary

Factors that Ensure Judicial Independence:

(i) The appointment of judges should be based on the recommendation of an independent/impartial body e.g. Judicial Service Commission.

(ii) Judges should enjoy the security of tenure. Their tenure must be fixed and termination of their appointment before term shall be on health grounds or professional misconduct.

(iii) Appointment, selection and promotion of judges shall only be on merit. Such merit principles must be clearly stated in the constitution.

 

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