Post-apartheid South African constitutional legal order: indirect discrimination and principle of equality
Riga Graduate School of Law
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This thesis concerns post-apartheid South African Constitution and the judiciary of South Africa, mostly the Constitutional Court as a main subject to the Constitution of South Africa. The aim of the thesis is to examine and assess the functionality of equality provisions of the contemporary South African Constitution in its proper historical, political and social environment, whether it is consistent and coherent in the context of International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and Universal Declaration of Human Rights.