Federalism and Human Rights: Review of Proposed Provisions in the new Constitution

As indicated by the title itself the book provides a review of the proposed provisions of the thematic committees of previous Constituent Assembly with regard to human rights and attempts to deal with how human rights can better be protected in the federal set up. In particular, the review touches upon impunity, transitional justice and accountability; citizenship and national interest; right to life, freedom and equality; delimitation of fundamental rights and freedoms; effective legal remedies and access to justice; and strengthening implementation of international human rights instruments. In addition, the book tends to shed light on state restructuring from human rights lens, increas...
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