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Fundamental Rights and Freedoms in Tanzania (Paperback): Chris Maina Peter, Ibrahim Hamisi Juma
Fundamental Rights and Freedoms in Tanzania (Paperback): Chris Maina Peter, Ibrahim Hamisi Juma

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Fundamental Rights and Freedoms in Tanzania (Paperback)

Chris Maina Peter, Ibrahim Hamisi Juma

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The relationship in Tanzania between the public order institutions of the State, such as the police, prisons, field force unit and other security forces on the one hand, and citizens on the other, was always considered to be smooth. But the reality was different. It was noteworthy that the parties were brought together at a workshop to consider all aspects of the issues. Public institutions, the media, academics and the judiciary participated. The fifteen papers from the workshop comprise this volume, divided into three parts: The Basis of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms; The Judiciary and Fundamental Rights and Freedoms; and The Police and Prisons and Fundamental Rights and Freedoms. The Attorney General's opening paper sets the background: whilst fully recognisingthe international character of human rights, he cautions against the danger of importing ready made policies repugnant to national life, and stresses the need to have regard for the nation's history, culture, traditions, and social and economic development.

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Imprint: Mkuki Na Nyota Publishers
Country of origin: Tanzania, United Republic of
Release date: June 1998
First published: 2002
Editors: Chris Maina Peter • Ibrahim Hamisi Juma
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 14mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback
Pages: 260
ISBN-13: 978-9976-973-42-6
Barcode: 9789976973426
Categories: Books > Social sciences > Politics & government > Political control & freedoms > Human rights
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LSN: 9976-973-42-X

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