Table of contents for Comparative constitutionalism and good governance in the Commonwealth : an Eastern and Southern African perspective / John Hatchard, Muna Ndulo, Peter Slinn.


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Preface
Table of cases
table of constitutions
table of statutes
table of other instruments
Introduction
1. The democratic state in Africa: setting the scene
2. Constitutions and the search for a viable political order
3. Devising popular and durable national constitutions: the new constitutions of the 1990s
4. Perfecting imperfections: amending a constitution
5. Presidentialism and restraints upon executive power
6 Enhancing access to the political system
7. Making legislatures effective
8. The judiciary and the protection of constitutional rights
9. The devolution of power to local communities
10. Developing autochthonous oversight bodies: human rights commissions and offices of the ombudsman
11. Seeking constitutional control of the military
12. Constitutionalism and emergency powers
13. Constitutional governance: the lessons from Southern and Eastern experience.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Constitutional law Africa, East, Constitutional law Africa, Southern, Constitutional law Commonwealth countries, Africa, East Politics and government, Africa, Southern Politics and government, Commonwealth countries Politics and government