NAVIGATING DIVERSITY: THE INTRICACIES OF COALITION POLITICS IN INDIA

Published by: Farah Yasmin Khan , Imran Rashid Mir

Pages: 1-9 |

Coalition governance has become a pervasive phenomenon in multi-party systems, where diverse minority parties unite to collectively manage the government, overcoming the challenges of individual party rule. This paper explores the dynamics and implications of coalition governments, focusing on the context of a multicultural country like India. The formation of coalitions arises from the
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CONSTITUTIONAL CATALYST: EXAMINING GHANA'S DEVELOPMENT TRAJECTORY SINCE 1992

Published by: Kwame Agyei Asante , Kofi Mensah Darko

Pages: 10-21 |

The constitutional framework serves as the cornerstone in shaping the dynamics of political power, fostering relationships among political entities, and defining the intricate linkages between the state and its citizens. This study explores the multifaceted role of constitutions in governing not just the exercise of political authority but also the broader network of interactions within the
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REGULATORY TIGHTROPE: THE INTRICATE BALANCE OF GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION IN ALBANIAN TELECOMMUNICATIONS

Published by: Elena Maria Krasniqi

Pages: 22-28 |

This study investigates a significant regulatory development in the Albanian telecommunications sector, focusing on complaints filed by two major mobile telephony companies, AMC and Plus, against Vodafone Albania. The complaints, submitted in 2012, alleged potential abuses of dominant market position by Vodafone Albania, with specific concerns related to a suspected margin squeeze (as per
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