Elections in Asia and the Pacific: A Data Handbook - Vol. 1

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Elections in Asia and the Pacific

A Data Handbook

VOLUME I

The Middle East, Central Asia and South Asia

Edited By

Dieter Nohlen

Florian Grotz

and

Christof Hartmann

-i-

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Elections in Asia and the Pacific i
  • Preface iii
  • Contents v
  • Notes on Editors and Contributors vii
  • Technical Notes xv
  • 5 Bibliography 37
  • Appendix: Basic Features of Parliamentary Electoral Systems in the Middle East, Central Asia and South Asia 43
  • Middle East 47
  • Bahrain 49
  • 3 Bibliography 79
  • Iraq 85
  • 3 Bibliography 105
  • Israel 109
  • 3 Bibliography 137
  • Jordan 141
  • Kuwait 155
  • 3 Bibliography 166
  • Lebanon 169
  • 3 Bibliography 193
  • Oman 199
  • Qatar 203
  • Saudi Arabia 207
  • 3 Bibliography 212
  • Syria 213
  • 3 Bibliography 231
  • Turkey 233
  • 3 Bibliography 278
  • United Arab Emirates 289
  • Yemen 293
  • 3 Bibliography 315
  • Caucasus and Central Asia 317
  • 3 Bibliography 344
  • 3 Bibliography 367
  • 3 Bibliography 404
  • Kazakhstan 407
  • 3 Bibliography 429
  • 3 Bibliography 452
  • Tajikistan 455
  • 3 Bibliography 468
  • Turkmenistan 471
  • 3 Bibliography 481
  • Uzbekistan 483
  • 3 Bibliography 499
  • South Asia 501
  • Afghanistan 503
  • 3 Bibliography 513
  • Bangladesh 515
  • 3 Bibliography 550
  • Bhutan 553
  • 3 Bibliography 558
  • 3 Bibliography 581
  • Maldives 585
  • 3 Bibliography 596
  • Myanmar (Burma) 597
  • 3 Bibliography 618
  • Nepal 621
  • 3 Bibliography 656
  • Pakistan 661
  • 3 Bibliography 693
  • Sri Lanka 697
  • 3 Bibliography 740
  • Glossary 743
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