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Open wounds can’t heal : challenging Spain’s Pact of Oblivion in today’s consolidated democracy
The human rights abuses committed under Franco’s dictatorship have been silenced since time of the Spanish democratization process, in accordance with the transition agreement known as Pact of Oblivion. Nonexistent political ...
Ennahda’s democratic Islam: between pragmatism and neo-political Islam
Recently, the Tunisian Islamist party Ennahda has announced a break up with Political Islam and the start of new phase of Democratic Islam (al-Islām al-dimuqrāṭī). This study is questioning the emerged concept of Democratic ...
The internal development and external factor : consideration for the development of democracy in a Western Balkan country as Albania
The literature over democracy has shift more and more towards studying the type of democracy developed in the post-communist countries. Some of these countries like the Western Balkan ones still have not a full fledge ...