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Bolstering the protection of economic, social and cultural rights under the Malawian Constitution
(Malawi Law Journal, 2007)
The Malawian Constitution protects a handful of socio-economic rights in the Bill of Rights and enshrines the rest as part of directive principles of national policy. The only socio-economic rights expressly protected in ...
They keep saying, ‘My President, my Emperor, and my All’: Exploring the antidote to the perpetual threat on constitutionalism in Malawi
(Community Law Centre, University of the Western Cape, 2013)
Constitutionalism is the liberal democratic value that aims at having a constitutional government whose powers are capable of being effectively limited. A country’s constitution plays the major role in ensuring constitutionalism ...