An interesting lecture and can be taken to be alike to the Australian scheme currently in play.
After 350 years of racial subordination and exclusion, South Africa became a democracy in 1994, under what was praised as the world’s “most progressive” Constitution. Twenty three years later, inequality and dispossession persist, crime and corruption are high, and reports increasingly suggest that criminal syndicates are looting government. What chance for constitutionalism and the rule of law? Justice Edwin Cameron will put the case.
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