Democracies And Authoritarian Regimes

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DEMOCRACIES AND AUTHORITARIAN REGIMES

Democracies and authoritarian regimes

Democracies and authoritarian regimes

The breakdown of an authoritarian regime is not equivalent to a shift towards democracy. In general, authoritarian regimes that fall are replaced by another authoritarian regime. There are observed changes during the investigation period, 77 percent of this variety. (Lindberg 2006)

Only 23 percent of the authoritarian regime changes, as a result democratic government. (Hadenius 2005b)

If you look at the patterns of change (results not shown), it becomes clear that changing traditional monarchies, is most often that are not parties monarchies (i.e. which of the parties, the elections are held under). Sometimes the ...
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