3 edition of Presidentialism in Commonwealth Africa found in the catalog.
Presidentialism in Commonwealth Africa
B. O. Nwabueze
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by B. O. Nwabueze.|
|LC Classifications||JQ1891 .N9 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 442 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||442|
|LC Control Number||75323554|
Africa’s \growth tragedy" has been attributed to the fact that African presidents can and do favor co-ethnics in the distribution of wealth and supply of public goods in ways that are inimical to economic growth and development (Easterly and Levine, ; Bates, a,b).Cited by: 3. Abstract. What explains "Big Man'' presidentialism in Sub-Saharan Africa? And how does it affect elite political stability in the region? The preponderance of untrammeled presidential power and high levels of elite political instability across Sub-Saharan Africa underscore the importance of Cited by: 3.
COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM AND GOOD GOVERNANCE IN THE COMMONWEALTH The central role that good, effective and capable governance plays in the economic and social development of a country is now widely recognised. Using the Commonwealth countries of eastern and southern Africa (the ESA states) as the basis for discussion, this book analyses File Size: KB. The popularity of the presidential system in Africa is also attributed to the modality of attaining such power. It is important to realize beforehand that the election of presidents in Africa is usually through a popular vote and this make the elected leader be generally acceptable to the polity of the region (Rosenfend, ).
Professor Cheeseman is also the author or editor of ten books, including Democracy in Africa (), Institutions and Democracy in Africa (), How to Rig an Election (), and Coalitional Presidentialism in Comparative Perspective (). Professor B. O. Nwabueze, in his book, Presidentialism in Commonwealth Africa, observed that during the parliamentary debate over this, in a first step towards effectively excising the Referendum.
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(Benjamin Obi) Publication date Topics Presidents -- Africa, Africa -- Constitutional history, Africa -- Politics and government -- Publisher New York: St. Martin's Press Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS.
Books to : 1 An Introduction to Presidentialism 1 2 An Intellectual History of Executive Power 27 About the Book vii Contents. 1 On JanuBarack Obama took the oath of office as the forty-fourth president of the United States.
At that moment, the failed states in Africa and South Asia were sliding toward chaos, Iran and North Korea. The book argues that what kills presidentialism is the fact that it exists in countries where democracies of any type are not likely to survive.
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xiii + Co. Presidentialism in Commonwealth Africa is the second in a planned three-volume series. In the first, Constitutionalism in the Emergent States - reviewed in this Journal, Vol. xiII, No. I, March I - B. Nwabueze attempted to define. The Commonwealth States Of Africa Marshall Carter B.O.
Nwabueze, CONSTITUTIONALISM IN THE EMERGENT STATES (Cranbury, N.J., Fairleigh Dickinson University Press - Associated University Presses, ) + xi pp., $ PRESIDENTIALISM IN COM-MONWEALTH AFRICA (New York, N.Y.: St. Martin's Press, ) + xiii. Presidentialism and Clientelism in Africa's Emerging Party Systems Article in The Journal of Modern African Studies 41(02) - June with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Nicolas Van De Walle.
1. Of the world’s political systems, the presidential system of government is the most common and popular (forms of government).This system of government has its origins in the American presidential system of government and its Constitution ofwhich created the office of ‘president’ as head of word ‘president’ is derived from the Latin praesidens meaning ‘governor.
A parliamentary system or parliamentary democracy is a system of democratic governance of a state (or subordinate entity) where the executive derives its democratic legitimacy from its ability to command the confidence of the legislature, typically a parliament, and is also held accountable to that a parliamentary system, the head of state is usually a person distinct from the.
Author of Presidentialism in Commonwealth Africa, Constitutionalism in the emergent states, Judicialism in Commonwealth Africa, Nigeria's presidential constitution, Executive murder, The judiciary as the third estate of the realm, Nigeria '93, Nigeria's second model of constitutional democracyWritten works: Crises and problems in education in Nigeria.
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Prof. Nwabueze earned his Doctor of Laws (LL.D) at the University of London inbased on his three outstanding books – Constitutionalism, Presidentialism, and Judicialism, thus entering the record books as the second (since the death of Dr.
T.O. Elias), the only Nigerian and African holder of a higher doctorate degree in Law by published. Discount prices on books by B o Nwabueze, including titles like Federalism in Nigeria Under the Presidential Constitution. Click here for the lowest price. The central role that good, effective and capable governance plays in the economic and social development of a country is now widely recognised.
Using the Commonwealth countries of eastern and southern Africa, this book analyses some of the key constitutional issues in the process of developing, strengthening and consolidating the capacity of states to ensure the good governance of Reviews: 1.Nevertheless, the way that presidentialism works in Africa or Latin America is different in a number of ways.
For one thing, presidents have far more formal powers. For instance in Argentina, Chile, and Taiwan, only the president can introduce a budget and congress cannot increase expenditures (Haggard and Shugartp.Constituents before Assembly is a major contribution to the field of constitutional politics and will be indispensable reading not only for scholars interested in comparative constitutionalism but also for international agencies and reformers engaged in actual processes of constitution building.'Cited by: 4.