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  Category:Lists of political parties - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of political parties in the Republic of Congo
List of political parties in the Dominican Republic
List of political parties in the Republic of Macedonia
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Category:Lists_of_political_parties   (241 words)

 PARTIES AND POLITICS IN NIGERIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Political parties were strategic tools for bringing about the change or transition from a one party regime or military regime or apartheid regime or strife torn country to a competitive political order.
Consequently, one would say that the political leaders of these areas failed their people in 1998 as they were unable to develop a vision and an agenda based on the political resource called 'Black Gold", during the period of the formation of political parties.
The solution to a situation of a ruling political party being saddled with organizing an election in which its office holder is also a candidate is to internationalize the process from the pre-election to the post-election period.(35) The Nigerian political situation warrants the UN taking over the entire electoral process.
www.nigerdeltacongress.com /particles/parties_and_politics_in_nigeria.htm   (17123 words)

 List of political parties
Komunisticka strana Cech a Moravy (Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia)
A detailed list of the major political parties by region is given in the article on Indian political parties.
Latvijas Socialdemokratiska Strandnieku Partija (Socialdemocratic Labour Party of Latvia)
www.gamesinathens.com /olympics/l/li/list_of_political_parties.shtml   (1971 words)

 The Head Heeb: Lebanese politics for beginners, part 2
No single party controls more than ten percent of the legislature, parties as a whole have never accounted for more than 30 percent, and the allegiances of most members of parliament are based on personal or sectarian rather than ideological ties.
Such blocs differ from true political parties, however, in that they are generally not ideologically based, exist in only a single district or group of adjacent districts, and last only for the duration of the campaign.
Henchag is the party of the Armenian left and the Ramgavar is a third force and the "party of the intellectuals," but all three parties tend to interpret their ideology loosely and support the incumbent government.
headheeb.blogmosis.com /archives/027750.html   (9649 words)

 Nigeria - Amnesty International
Nigeria: Death by stoning upheld in the case of Amina Lawal
Allegations of politically motivated killings and acts of harassment and intimidation spread throughout the country, with allegations of involvement of individual members of state and local governments and political parties.
Political violence was particularly acute in Ebonyi and Bayelsa States.
web.amnesty.org /report2003/nga-summary-eng   (1788 words)

 African Studies Center | Nigeria Page
It features the work of the Nigerian born sculptor Sokari Douglas Camp and a considerable body of new work she is showing at the Museum of Mankind in London.
This site is established to make the operations of the Nigeria Police accessible to the public, to inform them of the changes and developments in policing and law enforcement strategies; and to provide an opportunity for the community to contribute their quota in the task of tackling crime and ensuring a safe and prosperous Nigeria.
Photographs taken in Nigeria in 1991, of different aspect of life in different cities.
www.sas.upenn.edu /African_Studies/Country_Specific/Nigeria.html   (720 words)

 Electionworld.org's Parties on the web   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Parties are also listed when they are not officially recognized by their national government or electoral commission.
In an attempt not to demonstrate any bias in the compilation of this list, Electionworld has purposefully not distinguished between "real" parties and "joke" parties.
Organisations that identify itself as a political party are listed.
www.electionworld.org /parties.htm   (123 words)

 Nigeria on the Internet
Internet service providers in Nigeria, the state of telecommuncations, locate internet / web services by type and country, list of countries with independent regulators, list of countries by number of fixed lines, list of countries by access costs, list of countries by population.
Includes the 1956 trip to Nigeria of Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh, the first local government election in Lagos 1950, Commonwealth conferences, the Emir of Katsina, visit to the U.K. of Nigerian emirs, the 1952 opening of Ibadan University, Nigerian Independence 1960, Colonial Secretary Oliver Lyttleton's tour of Nigeria 1952.
The National Conscience Party was formed [by Gani Fawehinmi] and "publicly launched as a political party on the 1st of October 1994.
www-sul.stanford.edu /depts/ssrg/africa/nigeria.html   (9393 words)

 Brett Marston: 06/15/2003 - 06/21/2003   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
But as in other areas of political life, what was originally intended quite literally to rest "in one man" (or "one body") is now part of a bureaucratic process that is both invisible to the Constitution and relatively free from public scrutiny or at least public attention.
Remember that it took a long time for there to be standing committees in Congress (not mentioned in the Constitution) and it took a long time for the multiple bureaucratic agencies to develop to help both Congress and the President with their legislative goals (not explicitly mentioned in the Constitution, either).
The distinction between "high politics" and "low politics" as advanced by Jack Balkin is relevant here, though: it's appropriate for courts to be engaged in battles over the politics of principle, but not appropriate for them to engage in the politics of (mere) partisan advancement.
marston.blogspot.com /2003_06_15_marston_archive.html   (3718 words)

 Political Parties, World Politics, International Politics, World's Political Parties, Political Parties Sites - 123world   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Welcome to the ultimate source of authentic and reliable information about the 'Political Parties' of the world on the net.
We have made sincere efforts to list the links of all the political parties of the world on the net.
However, if you do not find the official site of the political parties you are looking for, then use the feedback link at the bottom of this page to apprise us of the same.
123world.com /politics   (228 words)

 Nigeria News - Media Monitoring Service by EIN News
Nigeria: Efcc: Fate of Quizzed Adamawa Officals to Be Known Soon-Gov
Nigeria: Lagos AD Protests Death of Leader Stabbed By Hoodlums
Nigeria's Oando to Seek Listing On the JSE
www.einnews.com /nigeria   (483 words)

 CIA - The World Factbook -- Field Listing - Political parties and leaders   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Andorran Democratic Center Party or CDA (formerly Democratic Party or PD) [leader NA]; Liberal Party of Andorra or PLA (formerly Liberal Union or UL) [Albert PINTAT]; Social Democratic Party or PS (formerly part of National Democratic Group or AND) [Mariona GONZALEZ REOLIT]
Awami League or AL [Sheikh HASINA]; Bangladesh Communist Party or BCP [Saifuddin Ahmed MANIK]; Bangladesh Nationalist Party or BNP [Khaleda ZIA, chairperson]; Islami Oikya Jote or IOJ [Mufti Fazlul Haq AMINI]; Jamaat-e-Islami or JI [Motiur Rahman NIZAMI]; Jatiya Party or JP (Ershad faction) [Hussain Mohammad ERSHAD]; Jatiya Party (Manzur faction) [Naziur Rahman MANZUR]
Colombian Communist Party or PCC [Jaime CAICEDO]; Conservative Party or PSC [Carlos HOLGUIN Sardi]; Democratic Pole or PDI [Samuel MORENO Rojas]; Liberal Party or PL [Juan Fernando CRISTO]
www.cia.gov /cia/publications/factbook/fields/2118.html   (3153 words)

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