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From the Publisher"...the present book represents a truly impressive intellectual exercise, and can serve as roadmap for considerations regarding future constitutional development in emerging democracies. This work should receive serious study by scholars and practitioners who are interested in democratization, not only in anglophone Africa, but more broadly, in nations that are seeking to wean themselves from authoritarian rule and develop lasting representative institutions of governance." - The International Journal of African Historical Studies, Edward McMahon, University of Vermont
"A very good contribution to the literature is Comparative Constitutionalism and Good Governance in the Commonwealth...this book is an important contribution to the field of constitutionalism and will be useful to a wide audience, including those in politics, law, government, and African studies." H-Net, Penelope Andrews, School of Law, City University of New York
"This book makes an important contribution to the burgeoning field of comparative constitutionalism...the book insightfully and straightforwardly captures the complexity of the challenges of democratization in the region."
James Thuo Gathii, Albany Law School, I-Con