Bookcover of UNDERSTANDING THE CONSTITUTION IN THE AFRICAN CONTEXT
Booktitle:

UNDERSTANDING THE CONSTITUTION IN THE AFRICAN CONTEXT

Our Knowledge Publishing (2022-05-13 )

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ISBN-13:

978-620-4-61038-2

ISBN-10:
6204610384
EAN:
9786204610382
Book language:
English
Blurb/Shorttext:
In the lecture notes of Professor Yan Vansina, an anthropologist, former professor of the Lovanium University, currently University of Kinshasa, he mentioned that the principle of the separation of powers in an African State, contains five powers, among which the Information and the Support, in addition to three others quoted by Montesquieu. On my part, I brought the reference to the African Palaver, a highly democratic institution, whose modernization in the current state context is more scientific, for order and justice to characterize all political relations. Thus, on the one hand, the Information must be composed of scientific research and the press, and on the other hand, the Support, composed of the population personified by the Head of State, in a regime that is neither parliamentary nor presidential, but arbitral. It is a question of universally rounding off the constitutional right, by referendum, as it was the case in the United States of America during the Convention of Philadelphia, in 1787.
Publishing house:
Our Knowledge Publishing
Website:
https://sciencia-scripts.com
By (author) :
Didier Iyolo Lobondola
Number of pages:
76
Published on:
2022-05-13
Stock:
Available
Category:
Public law, Administrative-, Constitutional Procedural Law
Price:
60.90 €
Keywords:
constitution, Africa, State, Democracy, Politics, Constitutional reform, Democratic Republic of Congo, African palaver, Democratic Assembly, Parliament, Referendum, Constituent Assembly, republic, Power, African context, Constitutional Law

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