309 YEMENI CONSTITUTION The translation of the Yemeni Constitution at  ALQ p. 70 was provided by Dr Abdulla Maktari, with the assistance of John McHugo. Dr Maktari (Diploma in Islamic & Comparative Laws (SOAS), MA (UCLA), PhD Cantab.) was born in Aden in 1936, and is a member of the Jurists Association, Republic of Yemen. He is a former Vice Rector of the University of Sana'a, and has contributed to several legal and other periodicals, as well as translating a number of Yemeni laws. John McHugo (BA (Oxon.), MA (American Univ. in Cairo)) is a partner in the solicitors firm of Trowers & Hamlin, London.
Arab Law Quarterly – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1992
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