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Elections, violence, and the democratic process in Jamaica, 1944-2007

Amanda Sives

Elections, violence, and the democratic process in Jamaica, 1944-2007

by Amanda Sives

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Published by Ian Randle Publishers in Kingston [Jamaica], Miami .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementAmanda Sives
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHN230.Z9 V56 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxxix, 232 p. :
Number of Pages232
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24484363M
ISBN 109789766373313
LC Control Number2010500702
OCLC/WorldCa496954585

Jamaica General Election Results - 3 September The fifteenth General Parliamentary Elections were held in Jamaica on 3 September for all 60 seats in the House of Representatives. Election were held following premature dissolution of this body on 25 July , and had originally been scheduled for 27 August but were delayed due to.   Sives, Amanda () Elections, Violence and the Democratic Process in Jamaica: – Kingston, Jamaica: Ian Randle Publishers. Smith, Michael G. () The Plural Society in the British West by: 1.

43 Duke Street, Kingston, Jamaica. Tel: () Toll-Free: VOTE () Fax: () [4] Amanda Sives, Elections, Violence and the Democratic Process in Jamaica (Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, ) gave a detailed look at political violence following independence. The violence is also detailed in the Jamaican parliamentary document, titled “Report of the National Committee on Political Tribalism,” J

Elections, Violence and the Democratic Process on Jamaica: Kingston, Jamaica: Ian Randle Publishers. Smith, G. (). Constitutionalism in Belize: Lessons for the Commonwealth Caribbean. Paper presented at the University of the West Indies Faculty Workshop Series , Barbados. Smith, G. (). Jamaica's Political War. By Karen DeYoung As in most democratic countries, the deciding factor in Jamaica's elections likely will be whether the people believe Manley's promise that the worst.


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