Federalism In South Africa
HIST SA Transitional politics 1980 to 1993
UKZN - Gandhi-Luthuli Documentation Centre
A contingency model for constitutional development in South Africa is presented. Federalism is superior to unitarism in resolving South Africa's constitutional dilemma. However, neither federation nor confederation are considered appropriate. A third form of federalism is developed from the model which is termed “cofederation”. It combines characteristics of both federation and confederation in a hybrid interstate‐intrastate dispensation.
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