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The ANC's constitutional guidelines: The case for devolution

By Robert Cameron


This paper is an analysis of the African National Congress' constitutional proposals with particular reference to the centralisation versus decentralisation debate. One of the main features of the proposals is a predominately centralised state, a policy position that the author disagrees with. It is contended that some of the arguments used in favour of a centralised state could also be used to justify a decentralised state. It is further argued that some of its objectives cannot be realised through a central state

Publisher: University of Cape Town
Year: 1990
DOI identifier: 10.1080/02533959008458495
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