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Constitutional rights in Namibia

a comparative analysis with international human rights
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Statementby Gino J. Naldi.
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LC ClassificationsKSY2095 .N34 1995
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Paginationxxv, 109 p. ;
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ISBN 100702133809
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Nations as Namibia, including the enclave, harbour and port of Walvis Bay, as well as the off-shore islands of Namibia, and its southern boundary shall extend to the middle of the Orange River.

(5) Windhoek shall be the seat of central Government. (6) This Constitution shall be the Supreme Law of Namibia. Article 2 National Symbols. Human rights in Namibia are currently recognised and protected by the Namibian constitution formed in by a seat assembly.

The assembly consisted of differing political parties. After a draft, the constitution was agreed upon by all members of the seven political parties involved. Constitutional rights in Namibia: A comparative analysis with international human rights [Naldi, Gino J] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Constitutional rights in Namibia: A comparative analysis with international human rights. The Constitution of Namibia is the supreme source of national law of the Republic of Namibia. Adopted on February 9,a month prior to Namibia's independence from apartheid South Africa, it was written by an elected constituent assembly.

Namibia’s independence saw the end of a highly controversial and protracted international dispute. In this book, the author presents a critical legal analysis of Namibia’s Constitution of human rights in the light of international and regional human rights standards.

He places a special emphasis on the jurisprudence of the Namibian courts. The Constitution of the Republic of Namibia. PREAMBLE. Whereasrecognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is indispensable for freedom, justice and peace.

Whereasthe said rights include the right of the individual to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, regardless of race, colour, ethnic origin, sex, religion, creed or.

The Namibian Constitution is regarded as one of the most modern and progressive basic laws worldwide, with constitutional principles, a bill of rights, the separation of powers, and democratic order.

After 20 years, Namibia’s constitutional democracy is formally fully established. The Constitution is the supreme law of the land and the normative. action adults age of 18 age of majority application Article best interest caregivers Child Justice child labour child trafficking Child Welfare Children Act children born children in Namibia children's rights Children's Status Act circumcision Committee common law Convention crime cultural custody customary law discrimination draft economic.

The Namibian Constitution: Title Created at 1/27/ AM by Sharepoint Admin: Last modified at Constitutional rights in Namibia book AM by Sharepoint Admin. Namibian Constitution (GG 2) The Namibian Constitution was published and came into force on the date of Independence: 21 March (Article ).

as amended by Namibian Constitution First Amendment Act 34 of (GG ) This amending Act came into force on its date of publication: 24 December Article 20 is found within Chapter 3 of the Constitution, our Bill of Rights.

The Bill of Rights is entrenched and cannot be changed. The right to education is one of the few social, economic and.

The Constitution of Namibia is the supreme law of this country. Bill of Rights: A list of human rights which everybody has and is entitled to because they are human beings from birth. They cannot. Introduction-1 UPDATES The current issue of NAMLEX includes the following: laws and regulations through Government Gazette (31 December ) cases in the Namibian Law Reports through (4) multilateral treaties signed, ratified or acceded to as of 23 November Note that any text in red contains a you press “Ctrl” while clicking on this.

CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS IN NAMIBIA. ISBN Number: Author/s: NALDI G: Format: Book: Edition: 1ST - Publisher: JUTA LAW BOOKS: Subscribe to our newsletters Keep up to date with Van Schaik Bookstore. Subscribe. Get to know us. Our Story; Community Involvement.

The concepts of rights and constitutionalism in Africa / Joseph Diescho; The impact of the Constitution on state- and nation-building / Henning Melber; The Namibian Constitution: reconciling legality and legitimacy / Marinum Wiechers; The forerunners of the Namibian Constitution / Nico Horn; Drafting of Namibia's Constitution / Hage G.

Geingob. Constitutional rights in Namibia: a comparative analysis with international human rights. [Gino J Naldi] Starting with an account of Namibia's struggle for self-determination, putting the Namibian Constitution in context, this book goes on to consider the principal features of the Constitution.

Namibia; the implementation of international and regional human rights instruments; and the attendant challenges. Human Rights and the Rule of Law in Namibia is destined to be a useful reference book for lawyers, academics, students, policy-makers and, indeed, members of the public interested in the topics covered therein.

Peter Shivute. The citizen in Namibia: rights and duties. Namibia Institute for Democracy age of 16 Apartheid arrested aspects become a Namibian break Centre child in Namibia choose CITIZEN IN NAMIBIA ClTlZEN complaint Constitution court Culture Democracy discrimination duties economic status elected equal rights ethnic group ethnic About Google Books.

customary law.1 However, the Constitution of the Republic of Namibia replaced customary law as supreme law of the land within the country. The Constitution contains several articles pertaining to women’s rights.

Article 10 contains Namibia’s equal protection clause and. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 25 cm: Contents: Introduction / Nico Horn and Anton Bosl --The rule of law in Namibia / Sam K. Amoo and Isabella Skeffers --The constitutional jurisprudential development in Nambia since / Sam K.

Amoo --Traditional governance and African customary law: comparative observations from a Namibian. The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.

10th Amendment.

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The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved. With the achievement of sovereignty and self-determination, however, Namibia adopted a Constitution which is the supreme law of the nation, and ushered in the principle of constitutional supremacy and a system of governance based on the principles of constitutionalism, the rule of law, and respect for the human rights of the individual.

CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS When a person’s rights are threatened or violated, one of the solutions is to take the matter to court. This is called litigation, and it can be a powerful tool in resolving legal disputes.

Much of this handbook highlights litigation about the right to a basic education.

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Namibia Constitution and Citizenship Laws Handbook: Strategic Information and Basic Laws (World Business Law Library) null Edition by USA International Business Publications (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.

ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or. Human Rights in the Administration of Justice: A Manual on Human Rights for Judges, Prosecutors and Lawyers Chapter 5 • Human Rights and Arrest, Pre-Trial and Administrative Detention 1See e.g.

UN doc. E/CN.4//63, Report of the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention. 5 As it has in Namibia, for example, where Article 1(1) of the Namibian Constitution reads as follows: “The Republic of Namibia is founded upon the principles of democracy, the rule of law, and justice for all”.

6 Hobbes (). 7 Berlin (). 8 Hobbes (). Nations as Namibia, including the enclave, harbour and port of Walvis Bay, as well as the off-shore islands of Namibia, and its southern boundary shall extend to the middle of the Orange River.

Windhoek shall be the seat of central Government. This Constitution shall be the Supreme Law of Namibia. O.C. (Ed.). Children’s Rights in Namibia. Windhoek: Macmillan Education Namibia, pp.

–); in this publication, her main contribution was to the section dealing with “Access to Justice”. Her general writing interests include constitutional law, public international law and the law of contract. E-mail: [email protected] Get The Constitution and Declaration of Independence For FREE.

“ We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish.

Constitutional law, the body of rules, doctrines, and practices that govern the operation of political modern times the most important political community has been the constitutional law is the offspring of nationalism as well as of the idea that the state must protect certain fundamental rights of the individual.

As the number of states has multiplied, so have. Historian to Breitbart: Punish left-wing campuses in pocket book. Hanson also suggests cutting off federal funds from universities that deny students their constitutional rights.

"If you.The Constitution serves as the fundamental law of Namibia and establishes the Republic of Namibia as an independent, secular, democratic, and unitary state safeguarding the rights to justice, liberty, dignity, and equality.

Chapter 3 of the Constitution protects fundamental rights and freedoms, including the right to equality and freedom from.

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amendments to the Constitution. A bill of rights was demanded by many states in return for their ratification of the Constitution, which they felt needed to outline individual liberties as well as government structure. As a result, the Constitution began its evolution as soon as it was ratified and continues to be changed through.