Reissue of the Comprehensive Publication on the EU Countries’ Political Systems

At the turn of 2010 – 2011, the Paris Publisher Armand Colin issued a second edition of the monograph ‘Les démocraties européennes. Approche comparée des systémes politiques nationaux’ (Engl. European Democracies. Comparison of the National Political Systems).

The publication is unique in bringing in the first and yet the only comprehensive compilation of comparative analyses of the 27 European Union (EU) member countries’ political systems. The author of the chapter on the political system of the Slovak Republic is the president of IVO, Grigorij Mesežnikov.

Edited by the professors of the Free University of Brussels, Jean-Michel De Waele and Paul Magnette, the publication was launched within the Science politique edition and is designed for the university students and professors in the Francophone countries.

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