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Voices in the legislative process : a report on the public submissions on the Traditional Courts Bill (2008 and 2012)

@inproceedings{Thipe2013VoicesIT,
  title={Voices in the legislative process : a report on the public submissions on the Traditional Courts Bill (2008 and 2012)},
  author={Thuto Thipe},
  year={2013}
}
The Traditional Courts Bill (TCB) has drawn national attention since its introduction to the National Assembly (NA) in 2008, much of which influenced the Bill’s withdrawal in 2011 and re-emerged with the Bill’s reintroduction to the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) in December 2011. Strong criticism of the TCB has come from civil society groups, which have argued that the Bill is unconstitutional because it would violate the rights of millions of people and fundamentally challenge the basic… Expand
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