Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -264).
Formatted Contents Note
Historical background of constitutionalism and the rule of law in Botswana Constitutionalism, the rule of law and the Constitution Basic principles of the Botswana government Application of the Bill of Rights The right to life Personal liberty and equal protection of the law Protection from slavery and forced labour, inhuman and degrading treatment and punishment Protection from deprivation of property and privacy of home and other property Protection of freedom of conscience Freedom of expression Protection of freedom of assembly and association Protection of freedom of movement Protection from discrimination The right to vote and the electoral process. The right to vote and political participation The constitutional and institutional framework for the supervision and conduct of elections The voting process and election petitions The executive branch The National Assembly Ntlo ya Dikgosi (formerly House of Chiefs) The judiciary Separation of powers, checks and balances Public finance Public service Ombudsman (the public protector) Local government International law and the constitution.