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1. What is the author’s philosophical point of departure?
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constitutionalism in Africa, to a significant degree entailed state abuses of fundamental rights and the corresponding inability of the courts to uphold these rights. Transformative constitutionalism offers hope for increased protection of fundamental rights and freedoms. Explores transformative constitutionalism on the judicial adjudication of rights, and concludes that the concept demands more from judges than has traditionally been understood in the two legal systems.” 41 2. What is the author’s definition of transformative constitutionalism?
3. What does he think the society is transforming from and transforming into ?
4. What is his view on the significance of the concept of transformative constitutionalism?
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quite often defeat the enforcement of substantive rights and duties under the law. Transformative constitutionalism could mean judicial pragmatism in bringing about socio-political change.” 44 Bibliography Kibet E “Transformative constitutionalism and the adjudication of constitutional rights in Africa” 2017 (17) AHRLJ 340 – 366 Kibet 2017 AHRLJ 340 – 366 Abbreviations AHRLJ

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