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I propose that history (particularly the extent of political regime experience embedded in the polity) plays a relevant role in forming expectations of political regime stability.
Sheikh Ali Salman will stand trial from January 28 on charges of "promoting the overthrow and change of the political regime by force," prosecutor Nayef Mahmud said in a statement.
This includes a number of charities and other local initiatives that led to significant changes in local political regimes, creating double governmental structures.
He never incited hating the political regime or the authorities in Bahrain under any form," the statement said.
We first investigate whether political regime changes cause regime shifts in short-run interest rates under the interest rate rule framework.
Each committee will be responsible for one of the constitution's three chapters: Primary Elements of the State, Political Regime and Freedoms and Rights.
But it seems that the political regime in Syria is determined to repeat its experiment with the uprising in the city of Hama in the 1980s," Shiryan said, referring to thousands of Syrians who were killed when Assad's father, the late President Hafez Assad, ordered air and artillery bombardment of Hama in an attempt to crush the fundamentalist Muslim Brotherhood movement.
Muna said that she and her husband participated in the protests to fight corruption and to ensure that their daughter lives in a safe and stable world under a secure and just political regime.
On the other hand, political stability conceptualizes the probability that the current political regime remains in place for the subsequent period.
Liberal thinkers, who were, therefore, preoccupied with the preservation of liberty in a post-revolutionary world, investigated such prerequisites of liberty as constitutional government and the rule of law, the necessary limits on power, the institutional foundations of a free political regime, or the dependence of liberty on morality and religion.
This is while he was in fact tackling a threat that menaces the Lebanese political regime that regulates the peaceful coexistence amongst the different sects and confessions, all on the basis of the Tai'f Accord.
A thinking English electorate is realising that this country needs a new political regime of selfgovernance with its own political parties.