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Broadening democracy for stability

Broadening democracy for stability

first interim report of the Volkstaat Council.

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Published by The Council in Pretoria .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Volkstaat Council (South Africa)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFirst interim report of the Volkstaat Council
    ContributionsVolkstaat Council (South Africa)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJQ1998.V65 B76 1995
    The Physical Object
    Pagination110 leaves :
    Number of Pages110
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL583351M
    ISBN 100620194286
    LC Control Number96172872
    OCLC/WorldCa37977351

    12 Liberalism,democracy and development considers the extensive literature on democracy and development and identifies three agreed goods or conditions in this literature: ‘security’, ‘stability’ and ‘information and openness’. It also explores the literature on the other side,which posits the Asian success as a refutation of the. What's good for democracy can be bad for stability. America Abroad. Febru PM EST. While it's ideal to reveal corruption and hold authorities to account in a democracy.

      The broadening of democracy in the UK and the US was a process, which was drawn out as opposed to been an over night event. In Britain it meant government controlled religious changes, the fighting of civil wars, and the role of the monarch getting reduced to that of a constitutional figurehead.   Economic development can but does not always ensure the stability of democracy. A growing economy can lead to a population of happy citizens, thriving under the success of a growing market. The basic concept of a growing economy creates happier people, making a country’s democratic stability strong and successful. That said, economic growth does not. Democracy can either provide an institutional structure and political culture that fosters cohesion, or it can undermine the stability of societies in transition by dissolving consensus and fueling differences. Fareed Zakaria points out that illiberal democracy, which combines authoritarianism with regular elections, differs greatlyCited by:

      Which type of democracy performs best? While some scholars argue that an electoral system with proportional representation combined with a decentralized system works best, and that the type of electoral system is crucial (Lijphart, ), others state that a proportional electoral system with a centralized (and hence not decentralized) system lead to Cited by: Politician and author Alexis de Tocqueville (–), who was born in the village of Tocqueville in France on July 29 and died on Ap is best known for his two politically minded books, Democracy in America (–) and The Old Regime and the Revolution (). Tocqueville was born into an aristocratic family and lived as an.   The fifth, final, and most intriguing section of the book—which is among the most misunderstood and brilliant books of its time—shows why even a liberal democracy that has crossed over into a.


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