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Organizzazioni Non Governative e Società Civile nel processo di transizione democratica in Kenya (1991 -2002)

Picchiri, Stefano Sebastiano (2012) Organizzazioni Non Governative e Società Civile nel processo di transizione democratica in Kenya (1991 -2002). [Doctoral Thesis]



A new era of multiparty politics in Kenya began in December 1991, when President Daniel Arap Moi repealed the constitutional clause that enshrined the Kenya African National Union (KANU) as the sole political party. Despite widespread unpopularity, Moi won the presidential elections and his party secured a majority in parliament in the following two general elections, held in December 1992 and December 1997. This doctoral thesis is structured in five parts. The first part takes a historical perspective of African’s Civil Movements and seeks to put into context of African’s State. The second part takes a historical reconstruction of Kenya’s Political Transiction. The third part traces and analyses the rule of Civil Association and particulary and examines and analyses NCEC's activities in its quest for constitutional reforms. The fourth part examines as aid donors played a central part not only in initially advancing the cause of multipartyism. The last part analyses the political role of NGOs.

Item Type:Doctoral Thesis
Date:23 March 2012
Tutor:Mosca, Liliana
PhD classes:Ciclo 23 > Storia, istituzioni e relaz.internaz. Asia e Africa
Coordinator:Carcangiu, Bianca Maria
Institution:Universita' degli Studi di Cagliari
Divisions:Dipartimenti (fino a dicembre 2011) > Dipartimento Storico politico internazionale dell'età moderna e contemporanea
Subjects:Area 14 - Scienze politiche e sociali > SPS/13 Storia e istituzioni dell'Africa
Uncontrolled Keywords:Organizzazioni non governative, società civile, istituzioni finanziarie internazionali, Kenya, NGO, civil society, KANU
ID Code:738
Deposited On:27 Mar 2012 12:36

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