Democratic Advance and Conflict Resolution in Post-colonial Guyana

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Peepal Tree, 2009 - History - 224 pages
Conflict between Africans and Indians has undermined social and economic development in Guyana for more than four decades. This sequel to Contributions Towards the Resolution of Conflict in Guyana moves beyond historical and theoretical analysis of the ethnic conflict and the principles on which resolution might be based by proposing practical steps toward finding a way out of the current political impasse.

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Interesting study on conflict in Guyana. Seecoomar proposes a solution (actually solutions) to the ethnic strife that would advance democracy in that country. As a student of Arend Lijphart's, I have to say that I find his approach measured and balanced, and I think Lijphart would too. Read full review

Contents

Preface
9
Local Government
46
Central Government
74
Copyright

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\Judaman Seecoomar worked as a teacher in Guyana before emigrating to England in 1962. He resumed teaching in London until his retirement, when he began full-time research on Guyana, culminating in the award of a doctorate by the Institute of Commonwealth Studies.

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