The Law and Mass Rape During Armed Social Conflicts: Lessons from the 1982 Coup Attempt in Kenya
On first August 1982 there was armed confrontation between a section of the military forces (Kenya Air Force) and the remainder of the armed organs of government namely, the Army, -the General Service Unit, the Police, and the Administrative Police aided by a number of foreign military servicemen, mainly British, American and Israeli, Such armed confrontations, as one of the "last resort methods of resolving social class.contradictions, ate- historically ' inevitable as various social classes and strata-compete for control of state power particularly in a neo-colonial situation. State power is indispensable to economic and Social power in society;
Full Text LinksGutto, S.B.O. (1986) The Law and Mass Rape During Armed Social Conflicts: Lessons from the 1982 Coup Attempt in Kenya, ZLRev. vol. 4, no.1-2. (pp.125- 134) UZ, Mt. Pleasant, Harare: Faculty of Law.
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