3 edition of customary law of the Dinka people of Sudan found in the catalog.
customary law of the Dinka people of Sudan
John Wuol Makec
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by John Wuol Makec.|
|Series||African traditional law|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||287 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||287|
|ISBN 10||0948583037, 0948583045|
|LC Control Number||89112922|
This book helps to overcome this difficulty by presenting various aspects of customary law stating clearly that no single uniform set of customs prevails throughout the country. It examines the general characteristics of family property, determination of family property and acquisition of . The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army (SPLM/A), which was founded on the basis of a socialist ideology and sought the liberation of both North and the South to become one “New Sudan”, in its initial discourse considered customary authority retrograde. 23 Notably, the SPLM/A founding manifesto of 31 July makes no single.
Unraveling an intricate legal system: A strategic review of the duality of laws, particularly the Transitional Constitution of South Sudan.5Recognizing customary law as a customs and culture of the people of South Sudan as a source of law.9 Further, in lieu of a proper legal system, the traditional justice system was applied during the Author: Kuyang Logo. An examination of the few, which have been reduced to writing, show that the respective bodies of law are broadly divided up into four functional areas, best illustrated in John Wuol Makec’s definitive account, The Customary Law of the Dinka People of Southern Sudan: Family Law. Land Law. Law of Obligations. Procedure. Family Law.
Judicial Regulation and Administrative Control: Customary Law and the Nuer, – Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of African History 27(01) - 78 March with ReadsAuthor: Douglas Hamilton Johnson. South Sudan, the world's youngest country, has experienced a rocky start to its life as an independent nation. Less than three years after gaining independence in following a violent liberation war, the country slid back into conflict. In the wake of infighting within the ruling Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM), violence erupted in South Sudan's capital, Juba, in December
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Register Introduction “Customary Law is a manifestation of our customs, social norms, beliefs and practices. It embodies much of what we have fought for these past twenty years. This summary is an invaluable reference for anyone who wishes to acquire a good basic knowledge of the customary laws of Southern Sudan.
It provides, in an easily understandable form, a simplified explanation of the customary laws of the Dinka and Nuer peoples and their tradition-based background Category: Law The Customary Law Of The Dinka People Of Sudan.
However, this book titled “customary law in southern Sudan” it is to present simple contribution to the tradition of customary laws of Dinka and Nuer which build together with Shilluk and Azande the vast majority of southern Sudanese population.
Customary Laws In Southern Sudan: Customary Laws Of Dinka And Nuer [Fadlalla, Dr. Mohamed] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Customary Laws In Southern Sudan: Customary Laws Of Dinka And NuerFormat: Paperback.
Favorit Book Customary Laws In Southern Sudan: Customary Laws Of Dinka And Nuer Unlimited acces. the Dinka Customary Law Act In Dinka customary law there is no limit to the number of women a man can marry.
On the other hand, the definition of marriage in Australian law is quite different. According to the Family Law Act of (Cth) (s [a]) and the Marriage Act () (ss  and 69 ), marriage isCited by: 2. 5" " 4."If"murder"is"commited"in"the"Northern"Sudan,"compensation"shall"notbe"made"unless" concrete"supporting"evidence,"documents"and"witnesses"are"produced"through.
The customary law of the Dinka people of Sudan: in comparison with aspects of Western and Islamic laws. This study examines the role of customary courts in the delivery of justice in South Sudan. In doing so, it analyses the legal background, the hierarchy and composition of the customary courts.
The considerations behind the constitutional recognition of the customary law courts in. The documentation of customary law will contribute to the strengthening of the principle of the rule of law in South Sudan, assist the courts in their application of customary law, and contribute towards the efforts by the communities themselves to continue in their commitment to serve as custodians of customary law.
identity of the South Sudanese people. The importance of customary law and chiefs’ courts to the justice system has been recognised in the foundational documents and laws of South Sudan in the post-CPA and post-independence periods.
The Interim Constitution of Southern Sudan (ICSS) identified customary law File Size: KB. This book comes from the Case Studies of Cultural Anthropology series. It is excellent, as the anthropologist was also the son of a powerful Dinka chief. Whereas some anthropology is dry because it's written by folks on the outside looking in, Mading Deng takes you inside Dinka culture for a view into tribal life that has the combined richness /5.
Comparative Analysis of South Sudanese Customary Law and Victorian Law Customary law in its various forms is often not well understood by those who are familiar with the English common law system used in Victoria.
Conversely, South Sudanese Victorians often encounter difficulties understanding the legal system of their adopted country. Eight chiefs, Dinka and Nuer of the West Bank, met in the presence of church facilitators and foreign observers in Lokichokkio, Kenya on Junefor a small people-to-people reconciliation.
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(African people) Sudan; Law, Dinka (African people) Sudan (Region) Browse All Subjects. All Frontiers Are Jealous. L Ron Hubbard Buy from $ Divinity and Experience: The. South Sudan’s customary authorities play an important role in local government, justice, and as intermediaries or brokers between local communities and the government.
While significant attention was paid to the role of customary authorities in South Sudan’s statebuilding project prior to the country’s secession inthe start of.11 For further reading on Customary Law in the Sudan, see the author's and other publications on the subject in the bibliography.
Abdalla Hassan Salim, Rights of the accused in .in to rules and customary laws which govern the community in Twic east as a case study for woman in Dinka Community. As the topic studies particularly woman in Twic east, I feel obliged to indicate the area on the map.
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