Human Rights in Islamic North Africa
Clashes Between Constitutional Laws and Penal Codes
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About the Book
It is one thing to craft superb human rights tenets in a constitution and another to enforce such policies off paper. This book explores the contradictions between interpretations of constitutional tenets and the dogmas contained in the penal code of Islamic North Africa—particularly in regard to Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, and Tunisia. Provided are brief histories of each country that connect the colonial past to present-day human rights records. The author also suggests ways in which to mitigate human rights infractions to advance peaceful coexistence that could promote political and economic development.
About the Author(s)
E. Ike Udogu is a professor of government and faculty fellow in the department of Government and Justice Studies at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. The author of numerous books, he is the former director of research and publication for the African Studies and Research Forum and a former president of the Association of Third World Studies.
E. Ike Udogu
Format: softcover (6 x 9)
Bibliographic Info: appendices, notes, bibliography index
Copyright Date: 2020