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The Afghan Parliament: Constitutional Mandate versus the Practice in the Post 2001 Context

Afghanistan’s experience with parliamentary democracy was short-lived because the country lacked favorable conditions for its growth.1 As such, the parliament was not effective and failed to build a bridge between the legislature and the executive. In less than ten years, Read More

The Afghan Parliament: Constitutional Mandate versus the Practice in the Post 2001 Context

Legislatures or parliaments, as the highest law-making bodies in a country, are seen to manifest the will of their people. They play an important role in the life of a nation by performing three fundamental functions: (1) making, changing and Read More