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A Commentary on the South African Constitution

This international human rights legislation work is a jurisprudential commentary on the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa Act 108 of 1996. The work discusses the various chapters of the Constitution, including the content and significance of the Bill of Rights, which is the cornerstone of democracy in South Africa.

Fournisseur LexisNexis South Africa
Pays: South Africa
Format Book
Langue de publication: English
ISBN 9780409021813
Date de publication: 2004-01-01
Prix: 52,50 $
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