Partido da Imprensa Golpista
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Abstract This article focuses on the continued attractiveness of ‘failed state’ strategic thinking that stretches across policy… Expand 1. Introduction 2. Changing Patterns of Political Communication 3. Party Leader Effects on the Vote 4. Political Leaders in… Expand Abstract PRD politicians and officials widely use clientelism to structure their relationships with citizens. This is due not… Expand In the 1990s and early 2000s, government privatization and austerity programs served as the cornerstone of free market reforms… Expand During the hegemonic rule of the Partido Revolucionario Institucional (Institutional Revolutionary Party) (PRI), civil-military… Expand Relaciones ejecutivo-legislativo, presidencialismo, gobierno dividido, Mexico, executive-legislative relations, presidentialism… Expand This article presents some reflections about the feminist alternative press that appeared in the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil, in… Expand O trabalho descreve aspectos da realidade dos Centros Integrados de Educacao Publica - Cieps -, da rede estadual do Rio de… Expand This article investigates changes in legislative recruitment within the PRI to bring to light how rising levels of electoral… Expand