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Zimbabweans Demand Accountability in Governance, Doubt Efficacy of Elections

"Demand for accountability in governance is solid among Zimbabweans, even if ensuring accountability requires slower government processes. Citizens clearly assign Parliament responsibility for making laws and for holding the president accountable fo…

Compendium of Laws: Discriminating against Persons based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Expression in Nigeria

Despite the political and religious support for the criminalisation of same sex relationships and homosexual conduct, Nigeria's constitutional document as well as its commitments under international law, remain favorably disposed to principles of co…

Submission for Consideration in Developing a Supportive Regulatory Environment for the Growth and Trade in Medicinal and Recreational Marijuana in South Africa

Currently, and prior to decriminalisation (for recreational and medicinal purposes), there existed a largely unquantified but nevertheless significant domestic market for marijuana. In the past, serving this market has formed an important source of…

La Politique Etrangere du Senegal Depuis 2000

"After President Abdoulaye Wade became president of Senegal in 2000 some apparent changes in Senegalese foreign policy could be discerned. This paper considers the extent to which that policy changed under his administration. It examines significa…

Step by Step Guidelines for making Ordinances and Byelaws for Local Governments in Uganda

The Local Government Act, Chapter 243 gives legislative powers to local government councils to enact ordinances and byelaws for proper and effective implementation of government’s programmes, national policies and laws. The district councils have po…

L’accès des Femmes au Pouvoir Décisionnel dans les Instances Politiques Sénégalaises / Women's Access to Decision-making Power in Senegalese Political Structures

At the international level, several legal instruments, programs, and action plans have been adopted at the multilateral level, both within the framework of the United Nations and at the level of regional and community organizations in order to promo…

Zambia: Insights into the Data Protection Act 2021

The Zambian Constitution under article 17 provides for the right to privacy including the right not to be searched (person, home or property); not to have possessions seized; not to have information relating to family, health status and private affa…

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