The Making of the Eritrean Constitution: The Dialectic of Process and Substance

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Red Sea Press, 2003 - 326 strani
For the first time in their history, Eritreans were engaged in the making of a document by which they would be governed. Seen as the culmination of their struggle for self-determination, the Constitution was written over a three-year period, informed by intensive public debate held in villages and towns throughout the newly liberated country. Written by a scholar who led the process of constitution drafting, this book analyses the process from beginning to end, arguing that the value of a constitution lies in the degree of pubic participation that goes into its making.

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Mnenja - Napišite recenzijo

Na običajnih mestih nismo našli nobenih recenzij.


The Commissions Proposals
The Draft Constitution and its Ratification
Preamble and General Provisions
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