Strong political institutions as bedrock of any sustainable governance: Lessons from USA

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Strong political institutions as bedrock of any sustainable governance: Lessons from USA

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POLITICAL institutions have been defined as the organisations in government that create, enforce and apply laws; they prescribe, enact and implement the set of rules which an orderly society obeys and ultimately decides and administers the laws for violators. One of the most important elements of governance is stability, and without time-hallowed political institutions, a […]

Strong political institutions as bedrock of any sustainable governance: Lessons from USA
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