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245 00 Legislative power in emerging African democracies /
       |cedited by Joel D. Barkan. 
264  1 Boulder, Colo. :|bLynne Rienner Publishers,|c2009. 
300    1 online resource (x, 277 pages) 
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504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 251-259) and 
505 0  African legislatures and the "third wave" of 
       democratization / Joel D. Barkan -- Kenya's tortuous path 
       to sucessful legislative development / Joel D. Barkan and 
       Fred Matiangi -- The rise and ebb of Uganda's no-party 
       parliament / Nelson Kasfir and Stephen Hippo Twebaze -- 
       Benin : legislative development in Africa's first 
       democratizer / Ladipo Adamolekun and Mouftaou Laleye -- Co
       -optation despite democratization in Ghana / Staffan I. 
       Lindbert with Yongmei Zhou -- Rules and rents in Nigeria's
       National Assembly / Peter M. Lewis -- South Africa : 
       emerging legislature or rubber stamp? / Joel D. Barkan -- 
       Conclusion / Joel D. Barkan. 
506    |3Use copy|fRestrictions unspecified|2star|5MiAaHDL 
520    A study of legislative development in Africa which 
       explores why variations in the extent of legislative 
       authority and performance across the continent are only 
       partially related, if at all, to the overall level of 
       democratization. Constraints that have retarded the 
       development and power of legislatures across Africa, and 
       how members of some legislatures are breaking free of 
       those constraints, are analyzed. The impact of the 
       legislative branch on the political process in six 
       emerging African democracies is reviewed. 
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650  0 Legislative power|0
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650  4 Africa, Sub-Saharan|xPolitics and government|x1960- 
650  4 Legislative bodies|xAfrica, Sub-Saharan. 
650  4 Legislative power|xAfrica, Sub-Saharan. 
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655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Barkan, Joel D.|0
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