Rumanii fericiti. Vot si putere de la 1831 pina in prezent. Editia a II-a pdf

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Cristian Preda explores the relationship between voting and power from 1831 to the present, highlighting the elements that give meaning to the winding political-electoral history: the normalization of voting, the domestication of authority and democratization. Aimed at political scientists and historians alike, the book goes beyond comparisons between the current regime and its predecessors, offering answers to a series of questions such as: what is the meaning of the 101 elections held from 1831 to the present day? What connection can there be between the ‘held’ deputies of the Organic Regulation and the obsession with the uninominal of the 2000s? Are the burning of a Regulation considered pro-government in 1848 and the preamble of the 1952 Constitution applauding the victories of the USSR part of the same history? Are the constitutional vacuums of 23 August 1944 and December 1989 comparable in effect? What about the influence of the Palace during the monarchy and that of the Cotroceni after 1989?

Nobody knows better and more deeply than Professor Cristian Preda the adventures of the Romanian electoral space in the last two hundred years. Armed with a remarkable comparative culture, attentive to the details, but also to the long-lasting meanings of the various historical moments explored, the author offers us a fascinating and indispensable interpretative manual of Romanian political life from the beginning of democratic modernity until today. (Vladimir Tismaneanu)


Autor: Cristian Preda
Editura: Polirom
Colectie: Opus – Stiinte politice
Anul aparitiei: 2.021
Luna aparitiei: 3
Tip coperta: Brosata
Numar de pagini: 368
Format: 130 x 200
ISBN: 9789734684137
Cod de bare: 9789734684137

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