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Cases of abuse of office, indepth corruption and weak systems that scuttle efforts of accountability are just some of the major challenges facing developing countries. Different groups of scholars have fronted views on how most of the countries in the developing world can transition to democracy. Among the areas which have been identified to be needing urgent redress to foster democracy include; history of that particular country, role of civil society and State capacity (Kaufman and Haggard 42-44).
However, the wave of democratization also referred to by some scholars as the third wave of democratization brought out the fact that democracy is not only inclined to economic level of development. Considerable debates are currently unfolding on how and whether, institutional conditions, social, economic and structural factors impact on democratization prospects and also on how democratic political systems in these countries can be sustained.
Democratization sequencing has fronted the idea of establishment of well functioning States and the rule of law as major prerequisites in democratization (Kaufman and Haggard 58). Taking Kenya as an example of one of the developing countries in Africa, we begin by analyzing the commitment to rule of law and the aspect of a well functioning State. In 2007 after general election, Kenya was in turmoil following a disputed presidential election. The opposition alleged that the incumbent had denied conceding defeat. This occurrence led to bloody skirmishes for nearly two months leading to lose of lives and displacement of populations. The electoral commission was blamed for allegedly announcing the results of a flouted election.
In response to the preceding events, a deal was brokered between the incumbent and his closest rival in the just concluded disputed polls leading to the formation of a grand coalition government. First in
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Development within the European Union of the Second World Countries. This paper defines and identifies Second World countries within the European Union and focus the discussion on the process of the development these countries went through. All ten Second World countries (Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Cyprus, Malta and Slovenia) in the EU had gone tremendous changes in their political, economic and social way of life that in the eyes of the global market, these countries are still in the process of transition and can be also classified as Transition countries.
“The demographic transition has enabled economies to convert a larger portion of the gains from factor accumulation and technological progress into growth of income per capita” (Galor, 2010), which helps stabilize the overall economy of the nation. Primarily, a demographic transition model consists of four different stages.
Demographic transition model is based on Warren Thompson an American demographer ho observed the changes from 1929. This transition has four stages which show where the population is stable, declining or increasing. It illustrates how the population changes during pre-modern times; industrialize economic system and projects future changes in post modern societies.From this model population is unstable in the first stage but improves as the stages go by.
8 Conclusion 10 References 11 Introduction The report is based on service marketing for Derby museum. It has been proposed that the museum can provide new services to the visitors in order to make it more attractive and enjoyable. The proposed services can also help to make the visitors to differentiate the organisation from other competitors yielding better customer satisfaction.
This deters development. Badly governed governments have a negative influence on global development; therefore, adopting a democratic government is a commendable step in the country governance due to its benefits to the nation.
In fact, during the era of the cold war, the United States was advocating of a liberal economy. Liberalization of the economy or capitalism is a characteristic of a democratic system of governance. The US government and its allies insisted on the promotion of democracy
The airline considers its employees as a strong asset. Hosseini et. al (173) states that the employees of Ryanair are an essential component of the airline’s success and that they very fond of its promotion policies.