The constitution was promulgated by the President after 92.02% of voters approved it an a referendum.
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Library ResourceConstitutionDecember, 2005Burundi
Library ResourceConstitutionDecember, 2005Democratic Republic of the Congo
The constitution was adopted by the National Assembly, and was promulgated by the President following the approval of 84.31% of voters in a national referendum.
Library ResourceConstitutionDecember, 2005Iraq
The constitution was drafted by the Council of Representatives and approved by the Iraqi people in a referendum.
Library ResourceConstitutionDecember, 2005Sudan
The constitution was approved by both the National Assembly and the National Liberation Council before being signed by the President.
Library ResourceConstitutionDecember, 2005Eswatini
The draft of the constitution was vetted by the people at Tinkhundla and Sibaya meetings before being approved by Parliament and signed by the President.
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksReports & ResearchDecember, 2005Africa, Kenya
Because of changes in some underlying factors, land is increasingly becoming a source of conflicts in Africa. We estimate the determinants of land conflicts and their impacts on input application in Kenya by using a recent survey of 899 rural households. We find that widows are about 13 percent more likely to experience pending land conflicts when their parcels are registered under the names of their deceased husbands than when titles are registered under their names.
Library ResourceLegislationSeptember, 2005India
This Hindu Succession Act Amendment made in 2005 was to grant, among others, rights to women to inherit agricultural land of the parents and husband. Under this amendment the daughters, including married daughters, are coparceners in joint family property, with the same birth right as sons, to share, claim partition, and (by presumption) to become karta (managers), while also sharing the liabilities. This would be applicable for Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists and Jains religious communities of India.