Emerging Democracies in East Central Europe and the Balkans
Edward Elgar, 1. jan. 1998 - 359 strani
'. . . the book is informative and easy to read. It also includes a number of useful tables of election outcomes, and basic data on the countries covered.' - Adrian Hyde-Price, International Affairs 'It is a sturdy work, of real value to the traveller who makes a political voyage through today's East central Europe.' - Frederick Quinn, Ethnic Research Digest This book offers a comprehensive analytical comparison of the democratization process in twelve countries of East Central Europe and the Balkans. It characterizes the types of democratization which have occurred in the region from 1989 until the end of 1997 and sets these recent changes within the framework of the political history of the countries.
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PART n EAST CENTRAL EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
Czech and Slovak Republics
8 preostalih delov ni prikazanih
1992 elections Albanian Alliance April authoritarian Balkan became Bosnia Bulgaria cent Central Europe Central European countries Civic civil society coalition Communist Party consolidation constitutional Council of Europe Croatia Czech Republic Czechoslovakia December democracy Democratic Party democratic transition developments disintegration East Central European Eastern Europe electoral elite emerged ethnic Federal Assembly formed former free elections Havel historical Hungarian Hungarian Democratic Forum Hungary Iliescu independence institutions issue January June leader liberal Lost votes Macedonia major mass demonstrations membership Milosevic minority movement multiparty elections National Council nationalist November October opposition parliament parliamentary elections Parties Votes party system period Petre Roman Poland Polish popular population post-communist president prime minister reform regime regions role Romania ruling party Seats Seats Sejm September Serbian Serbs Slovak National Council Slovakia Slovenia Social Democratic Socialist Solidarity split stability transformation umbrella organization velvet divorce Walesa Yugoslav Yugoslavia