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Title: A critical analysis of electoral rights in South Sudan
Authors: Ayaye Ayaye, Jacob
Keywords: Critical analysis
Electoral rights
South Sudan
Issue Date: Mar-2019
Publisher: Kampala International University, School of Law
Abstract: Throughout this research topic you will discover that it's based on person's intellect and interpretation of the Articles of the constitution. Under Article 196 of the transitional constitution of South Sudan grant right to vote for representative government and so does the National Election Act No 39 laws of South Sudan reiterates the same prayers. What is often abused by the politician is not the right but the time frame for holding elections and votes tallying or counting process as such in South Sudan. This is witnessed in 2015 and 2018 postponement of the election. One would argue that elections were successfully held in 2010 that brought president Kiir into power but, it doesn't hold water consent to such assertion because that election was one sided, no one wanted to be united with or associated with northern government. So it was rigged election in way that it would appear that there was election. South Sudan have left a lot to be desired when it comes to elections. For example, right to expression is abused, right to lawful associations and assemblies also impeded, multiparty system is strangled, liberty is not free at all and last but not least electoral commission is no independent as it is presupposed.
Description: A Dissertation Submitted To The School Of Law In Partial Fulfillment Of The Requirements For The Award Of The Bachelors Of Laws Degree Of Kampala International University
Appears in Collections:Bachelor of Laws

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