Strengthening legal frameworks for political parties
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💡 The present study contributes to this long-term endeavour by offering in-depth analyses of developments in party law, electoral law and parliamentary law in Mongolia, South Africa, Tanzania, Thailand and Venezuela.
🔎 The selected countries provide a wide variety of respective histories, political traditions and democratic cultures, and all currently face different challenges. By comparing the findings from all five countries, we identify the potential of the party, electoral and parliament law for strengthening political parties as democratic actors in times of increasing international pressure. Based on the findings in each country chapter, we have formulated recommendations for how the EU can develop a context-sensitive and differentiated approach to strengthening political parties as part of its wider ambitions to promote democracy.
🔊 We sincerely thank our cooperation partners from the Institute for German and International Party Law and Party Research (PRUF) of Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf for their valuable research and contribution to this publication we also thank our renowned legal experts from Canada, Mongolia, South Africa, Tanzania, Thailand and Venezuela for providing insights into the legal regulations and current developments and outlooks on opposition work in the selected countries.
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