Regionální strany, teritoriální rozrůzněnost a stranicko-politický pluralismus

Maxmilián Strmiska

Abstrakt

The paper tries to show that both individual identities and the respective properties of political parties, and the prevailing party interaction patterns and the types of party pluralism derived from them have or at least may have a great (direct or indirect) impact on the reproduction of the identity of a compounded (federal and and/or regionalized) territorial-political system and the respective sub-systems, and are a significant factor of their effective functioning and survival.

Bibliografická citace

Strmiska, M. (2003). Regionální strany, teritoriální rozrůzněnost a stranicko-politický pluralismus. Středoevropské politické studie, 5(2–3). Získáno z https://journals.muni.cz/cepsr/article/view/3944

Klíčová slova

regional parties; identity; compounded territorial and political systems; party pluralism

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