Patrick Bond, an economist with the National Institute for Economic Policy and a contributing writer to Multinational Monitor, Darlene Miller of the Institute for African Alternatives and Langa Zita of the South African Communist Party challenged the constitutional provision as inconsistent with constitutional principles agreed upon in 1993.
What does IFAA stand for?
IFAA stands for Institute for African Alternatives (University of London, UK)
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We have 43 other meanings of IFAA in our Acronym Attic
- Investment Funds Association (various locations)
- Iowa Finance Authority (Des Moines, IA)
- Irish Farmer's Association
- Irish Film Archive (Irish Film Institute)
- Irish Football Association (Northern Ireland's governing body of soccer)
- Iron-Folic Acid
- Israel Football Association
- Issued for Approval (design stage)
- Institut für Afrikanistik und Ägyptologie (Department of Africanistics and Egyptology at the University of Vienna)
- Institut für Angewandte Arbeitswissenschaft eV
- Intelligence Functional Area Assessment
- International Fantastic Art Association
- International Federation of Adjusting Associations (UK)
- International Federation of Associations of Anatomists
- International Field Archery Association
- Institut de Formation aux Affaires Administratives et Consulaires (French: Training Institute for Administrative and Consular Affairs)
- International Federation of Associations for the Advancement of Science and Technology (Australia)
- International Force against Abuse and Torture
- I Found A Bug
- Integrated Fire Artillery Battery
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Johnson attributes blame for the "no foreign loans" clause to Ben Turok of the Institute for African Alternatives.