ELECTORAL AUTHORITARIANISM THE DYNAMICS OF UNFREE COMPETITION PDF

In recent years scholarly attention has shifted from the study of democratization to the phenomenon of electoral authoritarianism. In these regimes, regular elections are held for national legislatures and chief executives, yet they fail to live up to democratic standards of freedom and fairness. A range of new research has investigated these regimes and especially the capacity of elections to either dislodge or reinvigorate authoritarian incumbents. This article reviews some of the current work on electoral authoritarianism and attempts to find ways to achieve synthesis and better theoretical development.

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The literature on comparative democratization is turning into a misnomer. Instead of studying processes of democratic change it is more and more dedicated to the study of authoritarian regimes that prove resistant to the chants of transition, even while going through considerable theatrical efforts to appear as democratic, or at least as dutifully democratizing. A large number of political regimes in the contemporary world, ranging from Azerbaijan to Zimbabwe, from Russia to Singapore, from Belarus to Cameroon, from Egypt to Malaysia, have established the institutional facades of democracy, including regular multiparty elections for the chief executive, in order to conceal and reproduce harsh realities of authoritarian governance.

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Electoral Authoritarianism: The Dynamics of Unfree Competition

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