Latin American Democracy Essay

Latin American Democracy
An examination of whether democracy is successful in Latin America, with focus on Nicaragua.
# 29401 | 2,341 words | 7 sources | APA | 2003 | CA
Published on Jul 29, 2003 in Latin-American Studies (General) , Political Science (General)


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This paper examines some of the definitions of democracy. Second, a brief overview of the history and attempts of democratization in Latin America, in particular Nicaragua are presented. Finally, this paper analyzes some of the fact regarding the problems as well
as the future of democracy in Nicaragua.

From the Paper:

"Two challenges have dominated Latin American politic in the twentieth century.The one is the struggle to overcome persistent poverty and economic underdevelopment and second is the effort to create and consolidate democratic forms of government. In many cases, this transitional period was completed in open and so called "free elections" as well as an unexpected freedom of press and party organizing. Still, visible poverty, inequality an corruption are core of the problems for majority of Latin American countries that are undergoing the process of democratization."

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