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Applicability of the RULE OF LAW IN TZ

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Sheria (The Law Forum)' started by Arselona, Nov 13, 2011.

  1. Arselona

    Arselona JF-Expert Member

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    lawyers please help answer the following qn"in the ligth of modern formulation of the rule of law,how far is the application of the doctrine of law in tz.with practicle example lets substantiate our argument.i wish the late JK wud hv come from infinity to join Jf.bse jf is more than just ujamaa na kujitegemea.
  2. ngoshwe

    ngoshwe JF-Expert Member

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    is a very broad concept so to say!! rule of law = state vs law.

    does it mean we should argue on:

    = parliamentary supremacy?
    = independence of judicially?
    =equality before the law?
    = fairness in the application of the law?
    =separation of powers?
    =participation in decision making ?
    =legal certainty?
    =avoidance of arbitrariness and procedural ?
    =legal transparency?.
    = right to a fair and public trial without undue delay?
    =a rational and proportionate approach to punishment?
    =executive accountability under the law?
    =fair, transparent judicial and legislative process?
    =Access to justice provided by competent independent, and ethical adjudicators, attorneys or representatives, and judicial officers?

    Note: The rule-of-law movement cannot be fully successful in transitional and developing countries without an answer to the question: does the rule of law matter for economic development or not?....