The Functioning of Political Parties as Co-Founders of the Formation of the Political Elite and the Democratic State
AbstractDuring the years 1991-1992, according to the authors Albanian political parties coexist modern concepts of party politics and organization with the concepts of local tradition imposed by mentality, inheritance and local circumstances. Throughout 1992- 1998 we have an increase in the number of political parties, of which two were major in 1990 in 1996, we have 65 political parties, of which 12 had representation in the parliament of the time. This increase in the number of parties by authors has come as a result of problems and internal conflicts in political parties, leading to factions and the creation of new parties in both sides of the policy. At the end of the first decade of transition, the political parties SP and PD as the two most influential parties in Albanian political life, after holding their National Assemblies, and other parties began to look to improve the public image by reforming statutes and programs leaving room for greater transparency and greater critical space for the public during the second decade of transition, in addition to the "multi-value" developments "in the political behavior of party leadership, there is a positive element of how political parties abandoned extreme ideological programs and reached compromise Important political issue. A very important feature that political parties pose is that they feature the features of having a "strong" leader.
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