Comparative analysis of political systems of Lebanon and Switzerland: Consociational Democracy and its Core Principles Irina Wolf Author
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Seminar paper from the year 2002 in the subject Politics - Political Systems - General and Comparisons, grade: A, American University of Central Asia, course: Electoral Politics, language: English, abstract: In the beginning of the 21st century nobody spoke out loud about consociational democracy and how it should work in order to prosper the state. It is now possible to analyze the history of the countries, here Lebanon and Switzerland, as well as the profound works of social scientists, which deliberated about the effective implementation of the consociational democracy. Now it is also possible to point out the mistakes of the French mandate in Lebanon, which led to the disastrous results and draw some ideas of how the state could develop if all the core principles of consociational democracy were completed in a right way. In this particular research, Switzerland represents this 'right way'.


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