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Book Book Leiden University catalogue Leiden University catalogue WorldCat catalogue WorldCat
Title:Zanzibar: the development of the constitution
Editors:Peter, Chris MainaISNI
Sikand, ImmiISNI
Year:2011
Pages:308
Language:English
City of publisher:Zanzibar
Publisher:Zanzibar Legal Service Centre
Geographic terms:Tanzania
Zanzibar
Subjects:constitutions
constitutional history
constitutional amendments
government
human rights
elections
Abstract:This volume contains eight contributions on the development of the constitution of Zanzibar. Far-reaching changes to the current constitution, which dates from 1984, were introduced through the 10th amendment of 2010 which, inter alia, introduced the Government of National Unity (GNU). Chapters of the book: Constitution must uphold unity of nation (Julius K. Nyerere); The constitution, unity of the State and constitutional development in the United Republic of Tanzania and Zanzibar (Chris Maina Peter and Nayla Ahmed Sultan); Basic rights and duties in the Union and Zanzibar constitution (Godwin Mutahangarwa); Elections in Zanzibar and their consequences: ZEMOG and Miafaka (Yahya Khamis Hamad and Chris Maina Peter); Recent developments in Zanzibar: from Miafaka to Maridhiano and Government of National Unity (Chris Maina Peter); The 10th constitutional amendment of Zanzibar: the break-up of the United Republic of Tanzania (Sengondo E.A. Mvungi); Maridhiano and the Government of National Unity, its impact on elections and constitutionalism in Tanzania (Ali Uki); The constitutional premises of the GNU in Zanzibar (Yahya Khamis Hamad). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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