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Law and Society under a Democratic Dictatorship: Dr.
      
Cameroon's Stalled Transition to Democratic Governance: Lessons for Africa's New Democrats
      
It is argued that most of Cameroon's present political and economic problems can be traced to non-democratic constitutionalism at independence.
      
In addition, it is shown that the inability of the country's main opposition party, the Social Democratic Front (SDF), to successfully lead the country's transformation has been due to many factors.
      
The problems are linked to a basic contradiction between a need to construct a unified nation, and capacity to tolerate difference inside it which is an essential function of a democratic system.
      
Rekindling Cameroon's botched democratic process hinges on the institutionalisation of consensus building, democratic accountability and participative governance.
      
Some countries such as South Africa, Ghana, Kenya, and Senegal have in fact made remarkable progress in instituting and moving toward consolidation of democratic systems.
      
The final section presents suggestions of how weaknesses in political party functioning could be addressed without placing limits on the ability of parties to play their legitimate role in a democratic political process.
      
On the issue of these public institutions establishing democratic control over territorial Sierra Leone, while some progress has been made, much work remans.
      
I emphasize that broad nationalist movements displaying high degrees of legitimacy and embracing democratic practices are adaptive to changing contexts and develop organizational mechanisms to manage internal party conflict.
      
Urban agriculture as a global economic activity with special reference to the city of Lubumbashi in the Democratic Republic of C
      
This article examines what it calls violence against democracy in Nigeria, epitomized by the perversion and gross inefficiency of democratic structures, institutions and processes by those saddled with the responsibility of nurturing them.
      
This may not be unconnected to the weak institutionalization of democratic structures and political culture, which was further exacerbated by prolonged military dictatorship with their attendant culture of violence.
      
To exist from this predicament would require emancipation from the political culture of the liberation struggle and smooth transition to a civilian democratic and constitutional governance system.
      
After locating the deficits in the three approaches advocated in India-traditionalist, nationalist and modernist-the pluralist approach is put forward as a viable and democratic alternative for a cultural renewal of India.
      
Examining the Competing Constitutional Processes in Burma/Myanmar from a Comparative and International Democratic and Human Righ
      
The Constitution and elections legislation recognise essential democratic and electoral rights and establish administrative procedures and judicial remedies for enforcing them.
      
Judicial reform and the possibility of democratic rule in jordan: A policy perspective on judicial independence
      
Studying the independence of Jordan's judiciary provides an opportunity for appreciating current structural impediments to democratic governance and economic reform.
      
Derrida on Identity and Difference: A Radical Democratic Reading of The Other Heading
      
 

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