Bibliography, etc. Note
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Formatted Contents Note
Ch. 1. Law reform in the Sudan: a brief history. / Ali Suliman Fadlala. Ch. 2.Sudan legal system and problems of law reform. / Mohamed Ibrahim Khalil. Ch. 3. The legal systen of southern Sudan in transition. / Akolda M. Tier. Ch. 4. Public participation in law reform: the Uganda law reform commissions experience. / Joseph M. N. Kakozza. Ch. 5. Social-legal research and participatory methods adopted by the Uganda law reform commission in Uganda. / Nkonge Alexandra. Ch. 6. The participatory law reform making: the Tanzania experience. / Stephen Ihema. Ch. 7. Sudanese national security forces act 1999 and problems of criminal justice during the transitional period in Suda (with emphasis on the crime of torture). / Kama; ElGizouli. Ch. 8. Why the criminal law needs to be reformed. / Taha Ibrahim. Ch. 9. Towards a democratic election law. / Sadig Ahmed El-Shami. Ch. 10. Reform of the political parties. / El Tayeb Zain el Abdeen. Ch. 11. Reflections on trade unions law reform in Sudan. / Omer El Farouq H. Shumena. Ch. 12. Towards a democratic media law. / Ustaz Mahgoub Mohamed Salih. Ch. 13. Needed reforms in family muslim laws and customary laws in Sudan. / Ustaza Zeinab Abbas Badawi.
KTQ470 .L39 2008
Omdurman : Ahfad University For Women, 2008.