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Title:Law reform in Sudan: collection of workshop papers
Editors:Tier, Akolda M.
Badri, BalghisISNI
Year:2008
Pages:254
Language:English
City:Omdurman
Publisher:Ahfad University for Women
Geographic terms:Sudan
Uganda
Tanzania
Subjects:legal reform
criminal law
election law
political parties
labour law
media law
Islamic law
customary law
family law
conference papers (form)
2006
Abstract:The papers of this collective volume were presented at a workshop on Law Reform in the Sudan, held in Khartoum on 19-21 September 2006. The workshop was organized jointly by the Ahfad University for Women, the United Nations Mission in Sudan and the United States Institute of Peace, and was designed to make recommendations on how to bring the national legislation into compliance with Sudan's Interim National Constitution 2005 (INC) and the Comprehensive Peace Agreement 2005 (CPA). Contributions: Introduction: summary, by Faiza Hussein; Law reform in the Sudan: a brief history, by Ali Suliman Fadlalla; Sudan legal system and problems of law reform, by Mohamed Ibrahim Khalil; The legal system of Southern Sudan in transition, by Akolda M. Tier; Public participation in law reform: the Uganda Law Reform Commission's experience, by Joseph M.N. Kakooza; Social-legal research and participatory methods adopted by the Uganda Law Reform Commission in Uganda, by Nkonge Alexandra; The participatory law reform making: the Tanzania experience, by Stephen Ihema; Sudanese National Security Forces Act 1999 and problems of criminal justice during the transitional period in Sudan (with emphasis on the crime of torture), by Kamal El Gizouli; Why the criminal law needs to be reformed, by Taha Ibrahim; Towards a democratic election law, by Sadig Sid Ahmed Al-Shami; Reform of the political parties, by El Tayeb Zain El Abdeen; Reflections on trade unions law reform in Sudan, by Omer El Farouq H. Shumena; Towards a democratic Media Act, by Mahjoub Mohamed Salih; Needed reforms in family Muslim laws and customary laws in Sudan, by Zeinab Abbas Badawi; Conclusion, by Balghis Badri. [ASC Leiden abstract]
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