Human rights and fundamental freedoms under the constitution of Zambia: An appraisal 1964-1996
Mwiinga, Prince Boniface
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Human rights are inherent in every human being and due to the fact that they are an individual's birth rights, it follows that human rights are found everywhere so long as human beings are found in that particular place. The quality of enjoyment and protection of human rights in any country depends largely on the laws, administrative and other practices of the country concerned. International Human Rights Laws merely set the global standards against which each country's domestic laws and administrative practices can be assessed. In Zambia, human rights and fundamental freedoms Eire entrenched under Part III of the Constitution of Zambia. Therefore, this Essay seeks to evaluate the extent to which human rights have been protected by the Constitution of Zambia from 1964 to 1996. In doing so, a comparative analysis between the Zambian, South African and Namibian Constitutions will be made.
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