Chapter in monograph
Mansfeldová, Zdenka. 2012. „Central European Parliaments over Two Decades – Diminishing Stability? Parlament in Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovenia.“ Pp. 13-31 in Olson, David M., Gabriella Ilonszki (eds.). Post-Communists Parliaments. The Second Decade. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. 160 s. ISBN 978-0-415-56083-2.

The chapter compares the development in four Central European parliaments in the second decade after the fall of communism. At the end of the first decade, the four parliaments could be considered as rather stabilised, functional, independent and internally organised institutions. Attention is paid particularly to the changing institutional context and pressure of ‘Europeanisation’, the changing party strengths, and the functional and political consequences of these changes.


politics (and political attitudes)
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