After the adoption of the new agreement, Mutesa returned to Buganda[3] and the main agreement was duly signed on 18 October. [1] [3] At the end of the contract, the signatures of Kabaka, the governor and other witnesses appear. [1] iii) Appointments are for departmental functions in general and not for a particular department and are signed in writing, by the person or person they provide, on or before the day or before the department. To the extent that: (3) If a function is performed by Kabaka under this Constitution, that function is performed by him, unless otherwise intended, with a written instrument he signed in the presence of a minister who signs the same thing as the witness. As it is today, the kingdom of Buganda is supposed to be a constitutional monarchy. The Lukiiko, the Buganda Legislative Council, would have the power to oversee all operations on behalf of the kingdom, unlike previously, when all powers were entrusted to Kabaka. b) Appointments are submitted in writing, signed by the members representing them, to the spokesperson, on the day or before it has been fixed on that behalf. If disputes between the two governments cannot be resolved by the establishment of an advisory committee, the matter is referred to a joint meeting chaired by the Governor, members of the Executive Council and the Minister of Buganda. This meeting not only takes into account the general interests of the protectorate, but also takes Buganda`s advice into full account. Such a meeting may also be convened, if necessary, to resolve any dispute arising from a governor`s response to a Greater Lukiko resolution, if the matter cannot be resolved through the ordinary consultation process between the minister concerned in Buganda and the resident. Each minister is politically responsible for the execution of affairs in his own department and the ministers are jointly responsible, as a ministry, for the tasks entrusted to the Kabaka government.