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The Quota System in Sudan: Parties’ Perception of Ways to Enhance Female Political Participation

Niemat Kuku

Abstract


This paper is a short version of the study by Niemate Kuku in which she discusses the quota system in the Sudan. It is important to note that the article was submitted prior to the 2010 presidential and parliamentary elections in Sudan that were held from April 11 to 15, 2010. Originally, the elections were to be held in Sudan from March to April 2009. They were postponed several times. President Omar al-Bashir’s party, the National Congress, won the elections and al-Bashir was confirmed as the winner.


Keywords


quota; Sudan; politics

References


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Al-Bathani, A. (2006). Al-mafahim al-’asasiyya lil dimuqratiyya wa al-musharaka al-siyasiyya. Paper presented at Muntada al-Mar’a, markaz al-jandar lil buhuth wal tadrib, Sudan.

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DOI: 10.32380/alrj.v0i0.85

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