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Sobre la "exportación" de gobernanza democrática al Magreb: dilemas conceptuales, interpretativos y prácticos

  title={Sobre la "exportaci{\'o}n" de gobernanza democr{\'a}tica al Magreb: dilemas conceptuales, interpretativos y pr{\'a}cticos},
  author={Guadalupe Mart{\'i}nez Fuentes},
The present study discusses the accuracy of the conceptual, theoretical and procedural dimensions of the patterns of exportation of democratic governance to the Maghreb region. In this way, it questions their bases. First, this reflection evidences the conceptual elasticity of the term "democratic governance". Secondly, it draws attention about the interpretative versatility of the implementation of democratic government Finally, it criticizes the viability of the mainstream theoretical… 

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