Transition to Democracy
|From failure to success||3|
|A consolidated democracy in modern society||4|
Also important note would be that Spain went through two political transitions in the 1970’s. One was the transition from authoritarian to democratic rules and other – drastic restructuring of the state.
Political elites were simultaneously confronting at least four tasks at that time. One, the transition to a stable democratic system, the decentralization of the Spanish state, the construction of viable, institutionalized parties and a short- term vote maximization. Yet to understand were any of those strategies successful or not in the long or short- term basis, it requires a familiarity with the historical, societal and political context of Spain in the mid’ to late 1970s. …
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