Developing a democratic constitutional framework through a people-driven constitution making process for zimbabwe /

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Title

Developing a democratic constitutional framework through a people-driven constitution making process for zimbabwe /

Subject

Institute of Management (Finance)

Description

International Journal of Science and Research, Vol.2, Issue 8, pp. 10-16. ISSN-2319-7064.
This research paper is on a study of how Zimbabwe can produce a democratic people-driven constitution as a permanent solution to the country's problems of poor governance, violent political conflicts, economic collapse, social disintegration, and international isolation. The purpose of the study was to explore a people-driven democratic constitution-making process that Zimbabweans want. Two groups of research units comprised of 1 120 individuals and 67 institutions were used. The inquiry discovered contextual meaning of six phenomena associated with a people-driven democratic constitution-making process. The study recommends a constitution-making process model that Zimbabwe should adopt to produce a people-driven constitution democratically.

Creator

Zambe, Wurayayi., Jeevananda, Sanjeevaiah.

Publisher

International Journal of Science and Research

Date

2013

Language

English

Type

Article

Collection

Citation

Zambe, Wurayayi., Jeevananda, Sanjeevaiah., “Developing a democratic constitutional framework through a people-driven constitution making process for zimbabwe /,” CHRIST (Deemed To Be University) Institutional Repository, accessed June 23, 2024, https://archives.christuniversity.in/items/show/735.

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