LEGALIZATION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF THE JUDICIARY IN AFRICAN CONSTITUTIONS: HUMANITARIAN AND STATE-INDUSTRY ASPECTS

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  • Ivan N. Kuksin , Marina V. Markhgeym , Alevtina E. Novikova , Nina V. Stus , Aleksej P. Treskov

Abstract

The authors analyzed the principles of judicial power in the constitutions of African states. They showed that
the modern constitutional development of African states is mediated by the history of the continent, as well as
the ongoing political processes. The emergence of basic laws in these states has become the basis for both the
establishment of constitutionalism and the establishment and functioning of key public authorities. According
to the functional division of state power, the organization and activities of the judiciary are inherent. The
source of such institutionalization and organization are constitutions. The analysis showed that the principles
are formalized not only in the special structural parts of the constitutions, devoted to the court of various
instances, but also in the humanitarian and state-industry sections.

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2020-11-29 — Updated on 2020-11-30

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Ivan N. Kuksin , Marina V. Markhgeym , Alevtina E. Novikova , Nina V. Stus , Aleksej P. Treskov. (2020). LEGALIZATION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF THE JUDICIARY IN AFRICAN CONSTITUTIONS: HUMANITARIAN AND STATE-INDUSTRY ASPECTS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 838 - 843. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/789 (Original work published November 29, 2020)