Democratic Consolidation in Eastern Europe - Vol. 1

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Index
Ackerman, B. 33 , 38 , 470
Adamec, L. 321-2
Adams, J. 121-2 , 124 , 128
Agh, A. 418
Ahalets, V. 312
Amato, G. 63
Arafat, Y. 340
Arato, A. 38
Belarus 39 , 50
constitution 317
Declaration of State Sovereignty (1990) 294-5
drafts 295 , 298 , 299 , 314
1994 Constitution 302 , 309
Constitutional Court 299 , 304-5 , 310 , 311-12 , 313 , 314 , 315 , 316 , 317
corruption 307-8
elections 311 , 315
1994 presidential 306-7
1995 parliamentary 310
1996 local and parliamentary 314
executive-legislature relations 312-13 , 314 , 316
governmental systems 299 , 300
impeachment 316 , 317
judicial system 304-5
local government 311 , 314
media 297-8 , 307 , 312-13 , 315
nomenklatura397 , 308
opposition 312 , 316
parliament 296 , 301 , 302-3 , 310-11
Soym 298
political parties, factions and movements; see also party systems
Accord 310
Agrarian Party 310
Belarusian Popular Front (BPF) 297-8 , 300 , 310
Civic Action 310
Civic Party 310
Communist Party 294 , 297 , 299 , 310
Hramada Party 296
Labour Union 310
Movement in Support of the Constitution 312
Social Democrats 310
presidency 300-1 , 303-4 , 309-10 , 314-15
referenda 41 , 297-8 , 309 , 313-14 , 315-17
rights 296-7 , 305-6 , 312
and Russia 314-15 , 316 , 317
separation of powers 295-6
Berlusconi, S. 15
Berov, L. 191
Beyme, K. von 49 , 463
Birkavs, V. 152-3
Bobbio, N. 18
Bogdanor, V. 26
Brazauskas, A. 175-6 , 177
Bucar, F. 395
Bulgaria:
autocratic aspirations 196
Basic Law (1991) 187
citizenship 201-2
consensus 199
constitution 38
Constitutional Court 189 , 190 , 193 , 194-5 , 196
constitutional practice 193-5
elections 187-8 , 203
electoral system 190-1 , 211
economy 203
EU membership 191-2
governmental crisis (1996-97) 203-8
judicial system 195-6
'lustration' campaign 196
1991 Constitution 189 , 192-3
parliament 189 , 191

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