Human rights under the new regime

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Renshaw, Catherine Michelle 2017. Human rights under the new regime. in: A. Harding and K. K. Oo (ed.) Constitutionalism and legal change in Myanmar United Kingdom: Hart Publishing. pp. 215 - 234
AuthorsRenshaw, Catherine Michelle
EditorsA. Harding and K. K. Oo
Page range215 - 234
Year2017
Book titleConstitutionalism and legal change in Myanmar
PublisherHart Publishing
Place of publicationUnited Kingdom
ISBN9781509902118
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Research GroupThomas More Law School
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