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Annual State of Constitutionalism in East Africa 2012.

The Annual State of Constitutionalism in East Africa 2012 examines the progress made and the failures registered in 2012 in addressing the challenges at the East African Community level (EAC) as well as in four member states, namely Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar. It focuses, on a case-by-case basis, on the efforts being made to re-establish a new order, based on a more inclusive, accountable and caring government founded on the rule of law; the specifi c challenges being faced and the nature of the prospects in the areas of constitutionalism, good governance, and democratic development; the achievements, challenges, threats and trends identifi ed in the course of navigating a number of  major constitutional issues; and various events related to good governance, the rule of law and constitutionalism in the context of various constitutional developments.Though Burundi and Rwanda are also member states of the East African Community, it has not been possible to include them in this publication.Contents:  1. Introduction; 2. Constitutionalism in the East African Community in 2012; 3. The State of Constitutionalism in Kenya in 2012: Embarking on a Journey to Re-establish a New Order; 4. Annual State of Constitutionalism in Tanzania Mainland 2012: Challenges and Prospects;  5. Annual State of Constitutionalism in Uganda: Achievements, Challenges, Threats and Trends; 6. The State of Constitutionalism in Zanzibar, 2012.

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