Support to legislatures. Synthesis study
Support to democracy building in developing countries increased after 1990. It is gradually seen less as a technnical exercise and more as a challenging, politically sensitive area of cooperation. Norway has supported the strenghtening of democratic institutions with approximately 12 billion kroner in the last ten years, and as seen in this study a relatively small share was allocated to legislatures.
The study discusses different models of legislatures and political and electoral systems, with particular emphasis on fragile states. It also presents an overview of agencies specialised in this field, and of trends of donor support.
The study is available at: http://www.norad.no/globalassets/import-2162015-80434-am/www.norad.no-ny/filarkiv/supporttolegislatures.pdf
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