The contributors to this book, leading South African political scientists, discuss the process, the difficulties and the achievements in the transformation of the RSA′s political and legal institutions. They address various aspects of constitutional design and their interactions with social forces. They examine the new constitution, the roles of president and executive, the electoral, party and parliamentary systems, and the Constitutional Court. They look at the public service, at questions of labour and corporatism, at the RSA′s changing external relations and at the position of the armed forces. The new government′s Reconstruction and Development Programme, of which so much is expected, is seen to be particularly vulnerable to the pull of opposing forces.
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