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Mukeshimana, Beata
Languages: English
Types: Doctoral thesis
Subjects: LAW
This dissertation examines the ways in which pre-legislative scrutiny at the pre-drafting stage enhances the drafter’s performance in the first and second of Thornton’s stages of drafting process, thus leading to greater effectiveness of legislation. The author demonstrates how Thornton’s first and second stages of drafting process affect the effectiveness of legislation, showing how the stages of understanding and analysis of a legislative proposal allow the legislative drafter the ability to achieve his or her drafting function in the same way as expected by the policy maker.
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    • 2.2 Analysis of the legislative proposal ...............................................................................19 2.2.1 Analysis of the necessity and practicality of the legislative proposal .....................19 2.2.2 Analysis of the legislative proposal in relation to the existing legislation ..............22 3.1 The necessity of the pre-legislative scrutiny process .....................................................25 3.2 The contribution of pre-legislative scrutiny to the legislative drafter's performance and the quality of legislation.......................................................................................................31 3.2.1 Impact of pre-legislative scrutiny in respect to the legislative drafter's performance ..........................................................................................................................................31 3.2.2 Contribution of pre-legislative scrutiny process to the quality of legislation..........33
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