oa Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa - The structural pattern of African regionalism (Continued from issue 1972 CILSA p.188)
|Article Title||The structural pattern of African regionalism (Continued from issue 1972 CILSA p.188)|
|© Publisher:||Institute of Foreign and Comparative Law|
|Journal||Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa|
|Author||A.J.G.M. Ramolefe, A.M.R.; Sanders|
|Publication Date||Nov 1972|
|Pages||299 - 338|
|Keyword(s)||Court of Appeal for East Africa, East African Co-operation, East African common market and International organisations|
East African co-operation has always been both on an economic and a technical level, but it was only at the conclusion of the Treaty for East African Co-operation in 1967, that both areas of co-operation were brought under a single set of rules. This is not to say that the two have now been integrated. Having dealt already with the EAC's devices for the development of an East African common market, we now turn to the treaty provisions regulating technical co-operation, ie the provisions which relate to the common services, the Court of Appeal for East Africa, and higher education in the region. The treaty provides for common services of a variety unparalleled in other international organisations.
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