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Origin and formation of Latvia`s political parties - The period of transition and the beginning of consolidation in Latvia`s political landscape - Alexander Pilic
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Seminar paper from the year 2000 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Eastern Europe, grade: 1,5 (A), Free University of Berlin (Otto Suhr Institute), 13 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: After a short period of being a liberal democracy in the 1920¿s, Latvia was ruled by totalitarian regimes, beginning with the dictatorship of Ulmanis and the following German occupation of the country to almost fifty years of Soviet rule which ended officially on September 6th, 1991 when the Soviet Union recognized all three Baltic states as independent. In the aftermath, Latvia found itself in a process of transition which lasts for one decade now.When the people of Latvia were able to participate in the first partly free elections in 1989 they chose almost exclusively candidates of their main opposition movement Popular Front (LTF) to represent Latvia¿s interests within Moscow¿s Congress of the People¿s Deputies. Just one year later, the last elections under Soviet rule took place on the national level in Latvia. The Popular Front finished first and governed Latvia on it¿s way towards independence. As soon as the LTF was freed from the big pressure under which it had fought for democracy against the powerful Kremlin it became obvious that the Popular Front consisted of very different political groups ranging from former communist party members to Latvian nationalists. Some parties were very popular during one election, but in the next one they could not collect enough votes to get into parliament. Some parties collapsed after a short period of time, others split into new movements or merged with other parties. No coalition-government lasted for the whole parliamentary term and in each of the three elections during the nineties more than one half of the participating parties took part for the first time. On the other hand, especially during the last two years some small parties merged into larger ones or at least formed joined factions in parliament and lists in the elections. This development could be considered as a step towards larger and more significant parties which would lead to more stability within Latvia¿s political landscape. In order to find out whether there is a tendency for consolidation among political parties I will concentrate this essay in first place on their process of formation since the beginning of Latvia¿s democratization in the late eighties. Furthermore, I will link the parties¿ genesis with their roles in parliament and administration to explain their significance for Latvian politics. In my conclusion I will summarize the collected data in order to give an answer to the examined issue. Origin and formation of Latvia`s political parties - The period of transition and the beginning of consolidation in Latvia`s political landscape Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher Taschenbuch 06.09.2007 Buch (dtsch.), GRIN Publishing, .200

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Seminar paper from the year 2000 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Eastern Europe, grade: 1,5 (A), Free University of Berlin (Otto Suhr Institute), 13 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: After a short period of being a liberal democracy in the 1920¿s, Latvia was ruled by totalitarian regimes, beginning with the dictatorship of Ulmanis and the following German occupation of the country to almost fifty years of Soviet rule which ended officially on September 6th, 1991 when the Soviet Union recognized all three Baltic states as independent. In the aftermath, Latvia found itself in a process of transition which lasts for one decade now.When the people of Latvia were able to participate in the first partly free elections in 1989 they chose almost exclusively candidates of their main opposition movement Popular Front (LTF) to represent Latvia¿s interests within Moscow¿s Congress of the People¿s Deputies. Just one year later, the last elections under Soviet rule took place on the national level in Latvia. The Popular Front finished first and governed Latvia on it¿s way towards independence. As soon as the LTF was freed from the big pressure under which it had fought for democracy against the powerful Kremlin it became obvious that the Popular Front consisted of very different political groups ranging from former communist party members to Latvian nationalists. Some parties were very popular during one election, but in the next one they could not collect enough votes to get into parliament. Some parties collapsed after a short period of time, others split into new movements or merged with other parties. No coalition-government lasted for the whole parliamentary term and in each of the three elections during the nineties more than one half of the participating parties took part for the first time. On the other hand, especially during the last two years some small parties merged into larger ones or at least formed joined factions in parliament and lists in the elections. This development could be considered as a step towards larger and more significant parties which would lead to more stability within Latvia¿s political landscape. In order to find out whether there is a tendency for consolidation among political parties I will concentrate this essay in first place on their process of formation since the beginning of Latvia¿s democratization in the late eighties. Furthermore, I will link the parties¿ genesis with their roles in parliament and administration to explain their significance for Latvian politics. In my conclusion I will summarize the collected data in order to give an answer to the examined issue. Origin and formation of Latvia`s political parties - The period of transition and the beginning of consolidation in Latvia`s political landscape Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher Taschenbuch 06.09.2007 Buch (fremdspr.), GRIN, .200

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Seminar paper from the year 2000 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Eastern Europe, grade: 1,5 (A), Free University of Berlin (Otto Suhr Institute), 13 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: After a short period of being a liberal democracy in the 1920¿s, Latvia was ruled by totalitarian regimes, beginning with the dictatorship of Ulmanis and the following German occupation of the country to almost fifty years of Soviet rule which ended officially on September 6th, 1991 when the Soviet Union recognized all three Baltic states as independent. In the aftermath, Latvia found itself in a process of transition which lasts for one decade now.When the people of Latvia were able to participate in the first partly free elections in 1989 they chose almost exclusively candidates of their main opposition movement Popular Front (LTF) to represent Latvia¿s interests within Moscow¿s Congress of the People¿s Deputies. Just one year later, the last elections under Soviet rule took place on the national level in Latvia. The Popular Front finished first and governed Latvia on it¿s way towards independence. As soon as the LTF was freed from the big pressure under which it had fought for democracy against the powerful Kremlin it became obvious that the Popular Front consisted of very different political groups ranging from former communist party members to Latvian nationalists. Some parties were very popular during one election, but in the next one they could not collect enough votes to get into parliament. Some parties collapsed after a short period of time, others split into new movements or merged with other parties. No coalition-government lasted for the whole parliamentary term and in each of the three elections during the nineties more than one half of the participating parties took part for the first time. On the other hand, especially during the last two years some small parties merged into larger ones or at least formed joined factions in parliament and lists in the elections. This development could be considered as a step towards larger and more significant parties which would lead to more stability within Latvia¿s political landscape. In order to find out whether there is a tendency for consolidation among political parties I will concentrate this essay in first place on their process of formation since the beginning of Latvia¿s democratization in the late eighties. Furthermore, I will link the parties¿ genesis with their roles in parliament and administration to explain their significance for Latvian politics. In my conclusion I will summarize the collected data in order to give an answer to the examined issue. Origin and formation of Latvia`s political parties - The period of transition and the beginning of consolidation in Latvia`s political landscape Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, GRIN

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Origin and formation of Latvia`s political parties - The period of transition and the beginning of consolidation in Latvia`s political landscape Scholarly Paper (Advanced Seminar) aus dem Jahr 2000 im Fachbereich Politik - Int. Politik - Region: Osteuropa, Note: 1,5 (A), Freie Universität Berlin (Otto Suhr Institute), 13 Eintragungen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Englisch, Abstract: However, the Popular Front was not the only political movement during the period of Latvia¿s national rebirth in the early 1990s. Besides former members of the Soviet elites, which did not participate in the LTF, there also existed a conservative-nationalist wing of the opposition which called itself Latvian National Independence Movement (LNNK). These three groups made up the main sources which fed and still feed Latvian parties with personalities and political beliefs up to this present day. Since the first party foundations ten years ago, Latvia saw many of them being born but almost the same number of parties disappearing again. Some of them were very popular during one election, but in the next one they could not collect enough votes to get into parliament. Some parties collapsed after a short period of time, others split into new movements or merged with other parties. The party-system¿s instability seems to have effects on the Latvian political landscape as a whole. Although the Republic of Latvia is far from being chaotic or unreliable no coalition-government lasted for the whole parliamentary term and in each of the three elections during the nineties more than one half of the participating parties took part for the first time. On the other hand, especially during the last two years some small parties merged into larger ones or at least formed joined factions in parliament and lists in the elections, like the Social-Democrats, the conservative Fatherland and Freedom Union or the socialist Harmony for Latvia party. This development could be considered as a step towards larger and more significant parties which would lead to more stability within Latvia¿s political landscape. In order to find out whether there is a tendency for consolidation among political parties I will concentrate this essay in first place on their process of formation since the beginning of Latvia¿s democratization in the late eighties. Furthermore, I will link the parties¿ genesis with their roles in parliament and administration to explain their significance for Latvian politics. In my conclusion I will summarize the collected data in order to give an answer to the examined issue. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-3-638-75732-4, GRIN

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[EAN: 9783638757324], Neubuch, [PU: GRIN Verlag], ALEXANDER PILIC,EDUCATION AND REFERENCE,CONSOLIDATION MERGER, Paperback. 28 pages. Dimensions: 8.5in. x 5.5in. x 0.1in.Seminar paper from the year 2000 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Eastern Europe, grade: 1, 5 (A), Free University of Berlin (Otto Suhr Institute), 13 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: After a short period of being a liberal democracy in the 1920s, Latvia was ruled by totalitarian regimes, beginning with the dictatorship of Ulmanis and the following German occupation of the country to almost fifty years of Soviet rule which ended officially on September 6th, 1991 when the Soviet Union recognized all three Baltic states as independent. In the aftermath, Latvia found itself in a process of transition which lasts for one decade now. When the people of Latvia were able to participate in the first partly free elections in 1989 they chose almost exclusively candidates of their main opposition movement Popular Front (LTF) to represent Latvias interests within Moscows Congress of the Peoples Deputies. Just one year later, the last elections under Soviet rule took place on the national level in Latvia. The Popular Front finished first and governed Latvia on its way towards independence. As soon as the LTF was freed from the big pressure under which it had fought for democracy against the powerful Kremlin it became obvious that the Popular Front consisted of very different political groups ranging from former communist party members to Latvian nationalists. Some parties were very popular during one election, but in the next one they could not collect enough votes to get into parliament. Some parties collapsed after a short period of time, others split into new movements or merged with other parties. No coalition-government lasted for the whole parliamentary term and in each of the three elections during the nineties more than one half of the participating parties took part for the first time. On the other hand, especially during the last two years some small parties merged into larger ones or at least formed joined factions This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN.

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Origin and formation of Latvia`s political parties - The period of transition and the beginning of consolidation in Latvia`s political landscape
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Pilic, Alexander

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Origin and formation of Latvia`s political parties - The period of transition and the beginning of consolidation in Latvia`s political landscape

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3638757323

Scholarly Paper (Advanced Seminar) aus dem Jahr 2000 im Fachbereich Politik - Int. Politik - Region: Osteuropa, Note: 1,5 (A), Freie Universität Berlin (Otto Suhr Institute), 13 Eintragungen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Englisch, Abstract: However, the Popular Front was not the only political movement during the period of Latvia´s national rebirth in the early 1990s. Besides former members of the Soviet elites, which did not participate in the LTF, there also existed a conservative-nationalist wing of the opposition which called itself Latvian National Independence Movement (LNNK). These three groups made up the main sources which fed and still feed Latvian parties with personalities and political beliefs up to this present day. Since the first party foundations ten years ago, Latvia saw many of them being born but almost the same number of parties disappearing again. Some of them were very popular during one election, but in the next one they could not collect enough votes to get into parliament. Some parties collapsed after a short period of time, others split into new movements or merged with other parties. The party-system´s instability seems to have effects on the Latvian political landscape as a whole. Although the Republic of Latvia is far from being chaotic or unreliable no coalition-government lasted for the whole parliamentary term and in each of the three elections during the nineties more than one half of the participating parties took part for the first time. On the other hand, especially during the last two years some small parties merged into larger ones or at least formed joined factions in parliament and lists in the elections, like the Social-Democrats, the conservative Fatherland and Freedom Union or the socialist Harmony for Latvia party. This development could be considered as a step towards larger and more significant parties which would lead to more stability within Latvia´s political landscape. In order to find out whether there is a tendency for consolidation among political parties I will concentrate this essay in first place on their process of formation since the beginning of Latvia´s democratization in the late eighties. Furthermore, I will link the parties´ genesis with their roles in parliament and administration to explain their significance for Latvian politics. In my conclusion I will summarize the collected data in order to give an answer to the examined issue.

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Date de parution: 2007
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