Crisis, the peaceful transfer of executive power and the future of change in the Arab world
Risalat al-huquq Journal,
2013, Volume 5, Issue 2, Pages 135-159
AbstractThe research aims to shed light on the crisis experienced by the majority of Arab political systems as a result of the absence of a peaceful transfer of power in the executive split, particularly at the level of the head of state, and resulted in the emergence of the phenomenon of popular movement in some of these countries.
The research was divided on four demands, the first looked for the meaning of trading in its different forms of power. The second requirement investigating the reasons intractability of the peaceful transfer of executive power in the Arab world. While the third went requirement to demonstrate the constitutional mechanisms and realism to the transfer of power in the Arab world. It was the fourth and final demand dedicated to determine the Alirhasat of the Arab world and which promises imminent breakthrough crisis and the beginnings of change in the Arab world.
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