Although all the studies on the historical and justifjing origins of the world-wide bicameralism individualize two models, the american and european-continental ones, it cannot be put aside, in the analysis of the functional aspects and the characteristics of composition of the recently founded african second chambers, from highlighting the historical and cultural peculiarities susceptible to characterize the institution of second chambers in developing countries.

African Second Chambers: from Colonization to Modernization

MARTINO, Pamela
2006

Abstract

Although all the studies on the historical and justifjing origins of the world-wide bicameralism individualize two models, the american and european-continental ones, it cannot be put aside, in the analysis of the functional aspects and the characteristics of composition of the recently founded african second chambers, from highlighting the historical and cultural peculiarities susceptible to characterize the institution of second chambers in developing countries.
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