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book first published in 1990, several ‘new’ democracies were emerging in Southern Europe.
When this book first published in 1990, several ‘new’ democracies were emerging in Southern Europe. List of tables; Contributors; Preface; 1. Southern European democracies on the road to consolidation: a comparative assessment of the role of political parties 2. Party elites and democratic consolidation: cross-national comparison of southern European experience 3. The consolidation of democracy in post-war Italy 4. The role of the Italian Communist Party in the consolidation of parliamentary democracy in Italy 5. Portugal
In particular, the active role of national political parties is of prime importance.
When this book first published in 1990, several ‘new’ democracies were emerging in Southern Europe. Italy, Portugal, Spain and Greece were generally seen as conforming to the western European model of liberal democracy. In particular, the active role of national political parties is of prime importance. The contributors to this volume focus on party systems in the democracies of Greece, Spain and Portugal since the end of their authoritarian regimes, and on Italy in the post-war period.
Role and Function of Political Parties: Importance for Democracy. democratic consolidation'. Whilst there is some debate about the importance of parties in contemporary. 1 As Juan J. Linz notes, & in all countries of the world, there. is no alternative to political parties in the establishment of democracy.
Political Parties and Democratic Consolidation in Southern Europe. Published January 1990 by Routledge There's no description for this book yet. Published January 1990 by Routledge. Politics and government, Political parties, Protected DAISY, In library.
The paper argues that political parties are yet to develop and institutionalize themselves to a point where the acclaimed democracy in Botswana can be consolidated. According to Huntington,2 democracy is consolidated when parties are able to compete and exchange power peacefully following accepted democratic means, and when the winner is able to democratically lose office and accept the results.