Fundamental Rights and Judicial Review: The Zambian Experience
Mubako, Simbi V.
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This article is about the application of the Zambian Bill of Rights to real life by the Courts. In a wider sense it is also a comparative study of similar types of constitutional devices. The article was originally written several years ago during my days as an academic lawyer. It has been updated a few times up until 1981 when publication was expected but then became unavoidably delayed. Therefore I do not lay any claim to be making an up to date statement of Zambian law or any other law that is referred to. However I do believe that most of what is stated is still valid though not exhaustive. Perhaps the article will prove more valuable to the reader with a more universal interest in fundamental rights and the way they have been conceived and interpreted in various jurisdictions over the last century.