This is an analytical account of the role and development of law in societies undergoing transition from one political order to another. It focuses on the legal transitions that Eritrea experienced, tracing the path of legal development from the advent of European colonialism through the struggle for independence and sovereign nationhood. Recognising the need for law reform in Eritrea, the book examines the practical and inevitable question of how to reform existing laws, canvassing both substantive and procedural issues.While the Ethiopian civil service law was implicitly repealed, the Ethiopian pension law was explicitly repealed pursuant to proclamation no. 10/1991 issued to terminate the pension scheme that was in place at independence. The legal andanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Challenges of a Society in Transition|
|Publisher||:||The Red Sea Press - 2004|