Legal mechanism of the east african treaties in fighting cross border crimes, case study Gatuna border
par Eddy MAZIMPAKA
Kampala International University - Master 2012
LEGAL MECHANISM OF THE EAST AFRICAN TREATIES
IN FIGHTING CROSS BORDER CRIMES
Case study: Gatuna border
Presented to the College of
Higher degrees and Research
Kampala International University
In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree
Master in Public International Law
By MAZIMPAKA Eddy
"This Thesis is my original work and has not been presented for a Degree or any other academic award in any University or Institution of Learning".
"I confirm that the work reported in this Thesis was carried out by the candidate under my supervision".
Dr. NABISINDE Winifred
This Thesis entitled " Legal Mechanism of the East African Treaties in fighting cross border crimes: A case study of Gatuna border" prepared and submitted by Mr MAZIMPAKA Eddy in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Masters of Public International Law (LLM) has been examined and approved by the panel on oral examination with a grade of..................
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This study is dedicated to my Almighty God,
My Late Parents,
My brother and sisters
First and foremost I offer my sincerest gratitude to my supervisor, Dr NABISINDE Winifred who has supported me throughout my Thesis with her patience and knowledge whilst allowing me to work in my own way. Without her encouragement and commitment and effort my Thesis would not have been completed or written.
I thank my brother and sisters for their unreachable support and their continuing support throughout all my studies up to the present level and for providing me everything which was helpful to complete my writing up.
Thanks to the staff of the School of Postgraduate Studies and Research, Kampala International University, for their support during the period of studies;
I thank the Ministry of East African Community in Rwanda, The Rwanda National Police, Immigration Office, for providing me the required data for my research;
Thanks to BUTERA MUGABE John Robert, Policy researcher and Legal Affairs Ministry of EAC, Kigali, and Judge MBISHIBISHI Maurice for your remarkable support and assistance during the research exercise;
I also wish to thank KEZA KASE Kelia, UWUMUGISHA Thacienne, KAMIKAZI Rachel, KAZIGABA Elloy, MUREKATETE Nadine, and K.I.U Banyarwanda Student Association; I appreciate your support all along this work;
With gratitude, I appreciate the assistance of various other people who contributed in the course of my studies and research.To all the above named and those I couldn't name because of space, I am truly grateful for all your contributions.