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Please provide examples. Yes it does. Even murderers are not given the capital punishment. 'R\RXWKLQNWKH&RQVWLWXWLRQPRUHRUOHVVDVLWLVQRZZLOOVWLOOEHWKHVXSUHPHODZRI 1DPLELDLQ\HDUV¶WLPH",IQRWKRZGR\RXWKLQNWKH&RQVWLWXWLRQZLOOKDYHFKDQJHG" The Constitution is the best supreme law. We just need to implement policies in line with the Constitution. Where do you see the Namibian democracy in 20 years from now? What is your personal Vision 2030? Every Namibian should be proud of the Constitution.
Among those root causes are poverty and hunger. We have to resolve problems in our society that cause people to be involved in criminal activities. What is your view on land reform? Article 16 stipulates that property may be expropriated in the public interest subject to the payment of just compensation. Land reform has yet not been properly implemented. It is preached only. The land is owned by the rich and privileged, with some of them owning three or four farms. Yet, there are so many people that are homeless and that do not have any land.
41 ARTICLE 21 : FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS In the interest of brevity, only two fundamental freedoms, various others having already been considered in the preceding discussions, will be highlighted and analysed in the context of threats and challenges, namely: (1) All persons shall have the right to: D IUHHGRP RI VSHHFK DQG H[SUHVVLRQ ZKLFK VKDOO LQFOXGH IUHHGRP RI WKH press and other media; And: (j) practice any profession, or carry on any occupation, trade or business. With regard to the above freedoms, a threat, in the case of sub-article (1)(a) remains very real and in practice, and a test, in the case of sub-article (1)(j) has been successfully concluded, but the outcome was still very much inconclusive at the time of writing.
The Constitution in the 21st century : Perspectives on the context and future of Namibia's supreme law by Naita Hishoono ... [et al.].