International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies
Volume 2, Issue 6, 2022
Cultural History of Political Parties in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Case of Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Morocco, and Tunisia
Author(s): Suh Hillary Sama
As objective, Political parties refer to institutions with institutionalization policies either to better the conditions of a group of certain people or yield to glaring problems or malice so as to seek good and concrete solutions to the extent of attaining political, economic, sociocultural stabilities. This course therefore rotates on upheavals on the political domain that pushed sub-Saharan African countries to advocate for right to have a say in eternal domination of the African territories not only this but also have others. Hence the aims or objectives of political parties in sub-Saharan countries after the origin (idea) of political parties has been analyzed. Furthermore, the styled political history cultures run or flows as the entire work prevails this philosophy, the system in some selected countries as reference shall be analyzed or discussed is and is the entire work. Lastly, we shall examine some successes and failures or difficulties faced by political parties in sub-Saharan cultures. To arrive or give this goal, our methods to be applied will dual and relay on Documentations like Internet sources and published books. Due to the above methods we turn to realism, the result that each political regime follows has in it, a political culture in sub-Saharan countries which the leading parties cultures usually dominates as it set rules for governance.
Keywords: Political, Parties, Institutions, Sub-Saharan, African, Countries, History, Cultures, Regime, Governance
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