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In 1994, the African National Congress (ANC) instituted a 30 percent quota for women on its nominating lists; in a system of proportional representation where the ANC attained almost a two-thirds majority, the ANC quota meant that when South Africa’s Constituent Assembly was formed in 1994, the new parliamentary body included one of the highest percentages of women in the world. The country’s ¤rst democratic constitution, adopted in 1996, called for the elimination of public and private 32 Gay W.

Another common misunderstanding of the commission’s internal con®icts emphasized personality strife between prominent individuals, a view given force when the con®icts degenerated into a handful of lawsuits over labor law problems by late 2001. But as I hope to demonstrate, the stalemate that plagued the commission at the end of its ¤rst ¤ve years were created as much by underlying structural dynamics, legacies of unresolved tensions in the commission’s initial design, as by debates over how to use resources or personality con®icts.

Html (accessed September 1, 2005). “MUK Don Fights For Gay Rights” A MAKERERE University don has said gays should be recognised as one of the marginalised groups in the country whose rights need to be protected and recognised. Charles Ariko reports that Dr. Sylvia Tamale, who is a senior lecturer at the Faculty of 22 Bianca A. Murillo Law and a human rights activist, said the Constitution recognised other marginalised groups such [as] women and the disabled, and she saw no reason the gays should not be allowed to enjoy their rights “I know President Yoweri Museveni is against gays but that does not mean they should be denied their rights to a sexual orientation of their choice,” Tamale said.

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