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East African Community Law: Institutional, Substantive and Comparative EU Aspects.


East African Community Law: Institutional, Substantive and Comparative EU Aspects

Edited by Emmanuel Ugirashebuja, John Eudes Ruhangisa, Tom Ottervanger, and Armin Cuyvers



539 pages




National judges, academics, and law practitioners from Africa and Europe provide 16 chapters on substantive and institutional East African Community law in comparison to European Union law. They describe East African and European integration; the institutional and legal frameworks of the East African Community and the European Union; the scope, nature, and effects of East African Community law and European Union law; external relations in each context; general principles governing East African Community integration and EU law; judicial protection, preliminary references, the common market, free movement of goods, free movement of workers, freedom of establishment and the freedom to provide services, free movement of capital, and competition law in each context; judicial enforcement and implementation of East African community law; and harmonization in the East African Community. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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