The Political Landscape of Georgia: Political Parties: Achievements, Challenges and Prospects

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Gia Nodia, Álvaro Pinto Scholtbach
Eburon Uitgeverij B.V., 2006 - Political Science - 268 pages
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For nearly two decades, Georgia has been struggling to develop its democratic political party system. What are its future prospects as an independent nation? How can the infrastructure be improved so Georgia can thrive as a vibrant democracy?

            This book, the result of a multinational research effort, surveys emerging Georgian political parties and provides a comprehensive analysis of the current situation and its historical background, along with practical recommendations for improvements. It offers invaluable insight into Georgian politics, as Georgian politicians were actively involved in the creation of the book.

 

 

 

  

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Page i - respect the right of individuals and groups to establish, in full freedom, their own political parties or other political organizations and provide such political parties and organizations with the necessary legal guarantees to enable them to compete with each other on a basis of equal treatment before the law and by the authorities.
Page 1 - and the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE/ODIHR).

About the author (2006)

Álvaro Pinto Scholtbach is a political scientist and director of multilateral programs at the Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy.

Ghia Nodia is a political scientist and chairman of the Caucasus Institute for Peace, Democracy, and Development, in Georgia.

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