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By Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na'im

ISBN-10: 0812239628

ISBN-13: 9780812239621

Constitutionalism is progressively turning into the everyday type of governance in Africa. yet how does constitutionalism care for the lingering results of colonialism? and the way does constitutional legislation take care of Islamic ideas within the sector? African Constitutionalism and the position of Islam seeks to reply to those questions. Constitutional governance has no longer been, nor could be, simply accomplished, Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na'im argues. yet setbacks and problems are to be anticipated within the technique of model and indigenization of an basically alien concept—that of of nation-state—and its function in large-scale political and social organization.

An-Na'im discusses the issues of imposing constitutionalized varieties of govt particular to Africa, from definitional to conceptual and useful matters. The position of Islam in those endeavors is open to problem and reformulation, and shouldn't be taken with no consideration or assumed to be unavoidably damaging or confident, An-Na'im asserts, and he emphasizes the function of the organisation of Muslims within the means of adapting constitutionalism to the values and practices in their personal societies. via interpreting the incremental successes that a few African countries have already completed and An-Na'im unearths the contingent position that Islam has to play during this technique. eventually, those matters will make certain the long term sustainability of constitutionalism in Africa.

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