Libya in the Arab Spring: The Constitutional Discourse Since the Fall of Gaddafi

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This book sketches the discourse about a new constitution in Libya since 2011. Applying a discourse analytical approach, the author identifies societal cleavages that have come to the fore in Libya's transitional period. The debate has focused on democracy, federalism, decentralisation and localisation, the role of religion, women in politics as well as ethnic minorities. The strategies followed to ensure representation in the constitutional process have included civil disobedience, affirmative action and force. The effects ...

Libya in the Arab Spring: The Constitutional Discourse Since the Fall of Gaddafi 2015, Springer vs

ISBN-13: 9783658113810

2016 edition

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