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Weak parliaments and military coups in Africa

a study in regime instability

by Jay E. Hakes

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Published by Sage Publications in Beverly Hills [Calif.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Africa,
  • Africa.
    • Subjects:
    • Legislative bodies -- Africa.,
    • Africa -- Politics and government -- 1960-,
    • Africa -- Armed Forces -- Political activity.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 35-37.

      Statement[by] Jay E. Hakes.
      SeriesSage research papers in the social sciences, ser. no. 90-004. Comparative legislative studies series, Sage research papers in the social sciences.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJQ1877 .H34
      The Physical Object
      Pagination37 p.
      Number of Pages37
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5439725M
      ISBN 100803903723
      LC Control Number73089064
      OCLC/WorldCa867655

        Is electoral violence in sub-Saharan Africa overreported? This new book looks at the data. Ivory Coast’s parliament voted overwhelmingly in favor of holding after a military coup by. We have chosen military rule or military dictatorship as a problem for Africa. Now, why is military rule a problem? Remember, the framework for doing African philosophy of education comprises three steps. One, identifying a problem. Two, ascertaining what the reasons are for the problem. That is, why the problem exists.

      The purpose of this article is to contribute to the theoretical understanding of African military coups d'etat. We begin by replicating a well-known model (Jackman, ) that purports to identify the structural determinants of coups d'etat within the states of Sub-Saharan Black Africa. The Washington DC-based Africa Centre for Strategic Studies (ACSS) says evidence of military influence in politics remains widespread across the continent. In a new report it says a spate of military coups from to in Mauritania, Guinea, Niger, and Madagascar has again raised the spectre of a return to military rule in Africa. [ ].

        Godfrey Mwakikagile has written a very important book about military coups in Africa. His focus on West Africa only enabled him to provide more details about this disturbing intrusion into politics by soldiers. My own country, Ghana, was one of the first to fall under military rule back in February when Dr. Kwame Nkrumah was s: 3. Africa’s wars since the late nineteenth century can be differentiated in terms of their causal factors and dynamics, spatial scales and locations, temporal scope and duration, composition of perpetrators and combatants, military equipment and engagements deployed, impacts on military .


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Volumes Included: 1. Get this from a library. Weak parliaments and military coups in Africa: a study in regime instability. [Jay E Hakes] -- Proposes directions in which analysis of parliamentary performance in the years preceding coups might proceed and suggests some kinds of data that might furnish a basis for such analysis.

19 hours ago  Mali's president and prime minister were seized by mutinous soldiers, plunging the country into deeper political turmoil. The EU has condemned the "attempted coup." West African bloc ECOWAS. China. Incident at Gaoping Tombs Sima Yi threw a coup against the Cao Wei regent Cao Shuang July 2, During the Xuanwu Gate Incident, Prince Li Shimin and his close followers killed Crown Prince Li Jiancheng and Prince Li Yuanji before taking complete control of the Tang government from Emperor Gaozu.; February Coup at Chen Bridge.

1 day ago  It's still too soon to say whether the coup will be successful, but President Keita has been facing protests for months, over corruption, a weak economy and the spread of jihadism. 7 hours ago  Gold mining companies operating in Mali said on Wednesday they have observed a steep-fall in their share prices despite a continual production after the military coup in the wake of the months.

Sanni Onogu, Abuja. Former Speaker of the Parliament of the Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS Parliament, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, has condemned the military coup in Mali. Mali's president and prime minister were seized by mutinous soldiers, plunging the country into deeper political turmoil.

The EU has condemned the "attempted coup." West African bloc ECOWAS imposes sanctions on President Ibrahim Boubacar Ke. The Economic Community of West African States (Ecowas) has rejected the military coup in Mali and ordered sanctions against its ringleaders.

The bloc of 15 West African countries condemned the. Nigeria’s history of military coups stretches back totwo years after independence from Britain.

It only ended in with the. Coups in the World, Present - Database on coups and coup attempts –present, by Jonathan Powell and Clayton Thyne. Coups d'Etat, - List of coups and coup attemptsby the Center for Systemic peace. The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has suspended Mali from all its decision-making bodies with immediate effect.

A statement by the community’s Directorate of Communications. 11 hours ago  Africa. Today’s Paper He was overthrown on Tuesday by a military coup that began with a mutiny in Kati.

Within hours, the putschists, firing shots in the air, drove into town, detained Keita. The pre-independence attempt was followed by Africa's first successful coup on 17 November - also in Sudan - soon after independence.

Powell and Thyne count coup attempts in the. Singh’s book is an informative read – even if you’re not planning a coup. Singh points out how important it is to understand coups given “coup attempts are the basic mechanism for most of. A difficult one. But South Africa Sudan comes to mind. Reason being that although they've been involved in prolonged secessionist fight with Sudan, they are a new nationstate with a weak military apparatus in terms of training, quantity and quality of personnel and hardware.

Their weak economy is also a factor. 7 hours ago  Africa Mali: A revolt that led to a coup d'etat. The leaders of the military coup in Mali, in which President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita was detained and forced to resign, have promised to enact a. The African Union’s chequered history with military coups.

In the aftermath of the intervention by the military in Zimbabwe that led to yesterday’s resignation of President Robert Mugabe, there was a strong call from Zimbabweans for the African Union (AU) and the Southern African Development Community (SADC) to not get involved.

I n the s and s, military coups were commonplace in Africa. Today, they’re relatively rare. The African Union deserves some credit for this success in spreading democratic norms. Sixteen. Among the prominent military take-overs in the s were those in Congo (Kinshasa) in November by Colonial Joseph Desire Mobutu, and in the same year in Algeria by Colonel Houari Boummedienne; in Nigeria in Januaryby Major Nzeogwu followed later by a counter-coup by Major-General Johnson Aguiyi-Ironsi; a month later in Ghana, by.The leaders of the military coup in Mali, in which President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita was detained and forced to resign, have promised to enact a political transition and stage elections within a.There are 54 sovereign nations in Africa.

Of th 44 have experienced a military coup d’etat. However, military coups are a regular occurrence in only 13 of the “Serial coup” states like the Central African Republic and Burkina Faso usual.