3 edition of Constitutional federalism and democracy in Nigeria found in the catalog.
Constitutional federalism and democracy in Nigeria
Northern Nigerian Conference on the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (2000 Kaduna, Nigeria?)
|Statement||edited by Etannibi E.O. Alemika & Festus O. Okoye.|
|Contributions||Alemika, Etannibi E. O., Okoye, Festus., Human Rights Monitor (Nigeria)|
|LC Classifications||KTA2035.A67 .N67 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 230 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||230|
|LC Control Number||2002316557|
Constitutionalism and Democracy. by Dominique Rousseau, 11 May translated by John Zvesper. Tags Some see this “democracy by constitution” not as a more demanding democratic theory but as the return of the theological «Constitutionalism and Democracy», Books and Ideas, 11 May ISSN: Author: Dominique Rousseau. However, there seems to be a consensus, especially in the southern part of the country that the operation of federalism in Nigeria does not conform to the fundamental principles of federalism. As Wheare ( 20) argues, ‘a country may have a federal constitution, but in practice it may work that constitution in such a way that its.
Another difference between federalism and Unitary system of government is that, a federal system usually go with a rigid constitution. This means that the process of amending the constitution is very difficult and no body will be able to alter the constitution . Federalism: Its Application in Africa as a Constitutional Device for Creating a Nation and Furthering Democracy by Professor Ben Nwabueze gives an account of the rise of federalism in Africa, its decline and the causes of the book deals with the role of federalism in creating a nation. Also examined are the notions of quasi-federalism and the ‘federal idea’, and their.
Regionalism was introduced to the Nigeria system by the Richards Constitution. Before and right after independence [ edit ] Federalism is a system of government in which governmental powers that exists in a country are shared between central government and component region. Explores six topics for which Nigerian politics offer rich material for analysis: the relative impacts of democratic constitutionalism and military authoritarianism on inter‐ethnic relations; the relationship between the form and character of federalism on the one hand, and success or failure in the management of ethnic conflict on the other; the relative auspiciousness of presidential and Author: Rotimi T. Suberu.
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He explores the evolution of Nigerian federalism through its various constitutional experiments and administrative redesigns, including those in the periods of military by: features as provided in the Constitution of Nigeria so as to measure the extent of her conformity or non conformity with these principles in practice and made some recommendations that will further upgrade her to the level of modern advanced federations.
Keywords: Federalism, Federal Principles, Democracy, constitutionalism, rule of law. federalism in Nigeria under the Constitution (as amended) should be implemented and federalism demands of them co-operation with one another in order to promote the welfare of the people through their combined powers.
Keywords Federalism, Constitution, Autonomy, Democracy 1. Introduction: Meaning, Origin and Concept of Federalism. Inthe Nigerian founding fathers opted for a federal system of government despite its inherent challenges in a pluralistic society. This research work x-rayed federalism in Nigeria as the only basis upon which Nigeria can remain united despite its diversity and peculiar conditions in which the different tribal groups live in and proffers solutions to the challenges of the practice of federalism in : Emmanuel Ibiam Amah.
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Edition Details. Democracy, federalism and the Nigerian lie Nowhere is Nigeria’s democracy so reprehensibly distorted as in the party system.
Nigeria operates a Constitution that. Articles and Books Akande, Jadesola, (), ”The Minorities and the Challenge to Federalism”, Richard A. Olaniyan (ed.), Federalism in a Changing World, Lagos, Office of the Minister of Special Duties, The Presidency. Amersfoort, Hans van, (), ”Minority as a Sociological Concept”, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 1, 2 (April), pp THE PRACTICE OF TRUE FEDERALISM IN NIGERIA AND THE NIGER DELTA QUESTION.
A book on courts in federal countries is a welcome addition to the literature on federalism. The judicial dimension of federations is one of the least studied aspects of comparative federal governance. This volume demonstrates that whatever the reason for this neglect, it cannot be the unimportance of.
Nigerian Federalism: Continuing Quest for Stability and Nation-Building explores the nature of and the debate over a number of recurrent issues, such as the “origins of Nigerian federalism, the number of state units in the federal system, fiscal issues, political parties, distributional issues, and intergovernmental relations” in Nigerian federalism since the establishment of protofederalism under the Richards Constitution.
Introduction to and overview of constitutionalism and democratic governance in Africa Morris Kiwinda Mbondenyi and Tom Ojienda 1 Introduction 3 2 Overview of the book 6 General theoretical perspectives 6 Perspectives on constitutionalism, constitution-making and constitutional File Size: 2MB.
Suberu, in his book Federalism and Ethnic Conflict in Nigeria, suggests that a stronger federalist system that reduces the power of the central government would counteract “cake sharing. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Democracy and federalism in the European Union and the United States: exploring post-national governance/edited by Sergio Fabbrini.
Includes bibliographical references and index. European Union. Size: 1MB. In the book’s final chapter, Suberu outlines bold constitutional reforms that seek to promote institutional innovation in Nigerian federalism to keep pace with the country’s growing demographic and ethnopolitical complexity.
About the Author. Rotimi Suberu is professor of politics at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. He was a fellow at the United States Institute of Peace in – Federalism, Democracy And The National Question In Nigeria *Corresponding Author: Norbert C.
Abah(Ph.D). 32| Page the constitutional or institutional structure but in the society Size: KB. While in Democracy, Majority Rule is present. The succession rule applied in Federalism is Heritance as well as Elective and that in Democracy is Elective.
Parliament is Sometimes present in Federalism and in Democracy parliament is present. Constitution is present in Federalism and in Democracy constitution is Present. Sequel to this, the paper looked at the concept of federalism and good governance, the virtues of federalism, and how these virtues can be exploited to achieve good governance in Nigeria.
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in this research, the principles of federalism in a constitutional democracy and the Nigerian form of federalism will be evaluated, pointing out the differences and the way forward.
Principles of Federalism and the Nigerian Warped Federal Structure. Description: This book uses the political economy approach to examine the relative failure of federalism in Nigeria. It shows the nexus between the political and the economic aspects of the country’s federalism.
The central feature of Nigeria’s political economy is .Nigeria operates a fiscal arrangement that caters for the needs of component states.
Federalism is characterized by extensive inter-governmental relations in which federal, state and local tier.Federalism constrains democracy in several important, intentional ways. Familiar with the tyrannies of overly strong national governments and the tribulations born of excessively weak ones, the American system of republicanism and federalism was carefully crafted by the Constitution’s Framers to rain in the power of the governors and governed.