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oa De Rebus - Human rights cases around the world - Belgium

Volume 1999, Issue 378
  • ISSN : 0250-0329

 

Abstract

During the Kempton Park negotiations one of the difficult issues to be resolved was the content of a Bill of Rights. At that stage, an agreement was reached on the desirability of including a Bill of Fundamental Human Rights in the Constitution. To the dismay of some of us, the issue of the content of a Bill of Rights occupied the minds of negotiators for a long time. At the centre of the disagreement was the inclusion of the second and third generations of human rights in a Bill of Rights, as opposed to only the first generation of human rights.

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2016-12-09

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