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
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