PER: 2000 Volume 3 No 1
4 May 2000
- The Obligations on Government and Society in our Constitutional State to Respect and Support Independent Constitutional Structures / Ackermann, L W H
- State duties of protection and fundamental rights / Starck, C
- House of Traditional Leaders: Role, problems and future / Du Plessis, W & Scheepers, T E
This first volume of the year 2000 contains three contributions emanating from a colloquium held in Potchefstroom at the end of October 1999. The theme of the colloquium was "constitutional structures". An interesting variety of subjects were discussed during the colloquium. All the papers delivered at the colloquium were published this year by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in their Seminar Report entitled Constitution and Law III. I am pleased to recognize with gratitude the permission granted by the Foundation to publish here the papers of Professor Starck and Judge Ackermann in a slightly differently edited form.
(2000)A national House of Traditional Leaders and provincial Houses of Traditional Leaders have been established in terms of Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1993. The role of Traditional leaders at provincial and ...
(2000)Duties of protection are duties of the state to protect certain legal interests of its citizens. They cover the interests of life, health, freedom and property and also protect some other interests and certain constitutionally ...
The Obligations on Government and Society in our Constitutional State to Respect and Support Independent Constitutional Structures (2000)Constitutional democracy recognises the ancient democratic principle that government of a country is based on and legitimated by the will and consent of the governed, which is determined by regular multi-party elections ...