Ghana: Democracy and Political Participation A Review by AfriMAP and Open Society Initiative for West Africa
Since the introduction of a new constitution in 1992. Ghana has definitively turned the page on the constitutional instability that characterized the country for more than a quarter of a century. In place of the coup d’états and military regimes in place from 1966 to 1991, the country now has a more open political system and more stable democratic institutions.
Author(s): OSIWA, AfriMAP, IDEG
Date of Publication: 2007
Price: Free Pages: 139