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A review of parliamentary scorecards in Africa
|Series||ACBF working paper -- no. 14|
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|Pagination||41 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||2010324902|
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Review of Parliamentary Scorecards in Africa. "This study seeks to establish the state of parliamentary scorecard development, challenges to its future development, and possible routes forward to develop a universal parliamentary evaluation framework using a scorecard methodology that will assist African parliaments, civil society, donors, scholars, and other stakeholders in their : Honorable John Bosley.
A Review of Parliamentary Scorecards in Africa. By: Bosley, John. Publisher: ACBF. Date of publication: In the evolution of the democratic process, the use of a scorecard and related measurement methodologies has proven very helpful.
For example, scorecards are now regularly used to assess whether an election has been fully ‘free and. Publication Review of Parliamentary Scorecards in Africa "This study seeks to establish the state of parliamentary scorecard development, challenges to its future development, and possible routes forward to develop a universal parliamentary evaluation framework using a scorecard.
Introduces the African Parliamentary Index (API), covering its purpose, scope, and methodology. This self-assessment exercise, developed by the Parliamentary Centre and undertaken in Benin, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda, provides a standardized system for assessing the performance of African parliaments, with a set of indicators measuring parliaments’ level of engagement in the budget.
African Parliaments offers an in-depth analysis of parliamentary development in sub-Saharan Africa, focusing on the continent's posts democratic resurgence. In particular, it illustrates how African parliaments struggle to serve as part of the machinery of government while exercising the function of holding government accountable.
A publication of the Parliamentary Centre (Africa Programme) 2 Africa Parliamentary Index (API) A Report for Seven African Parliaments A publication of the Parliamentary Centre (Africa Programmes) June This document is written in two languages including English and French.
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