As an objective of international support for good governance, political pluralism is the most difficult set of principles to engage with. Involvement in the key institutions of a pluralist state — political parties and organized interests — is vulnerable to the charge of interference in the internal politics of a sovereign state. While all governance conditionalities involve the imposition of reform from outside, the requirements of political pluralism can easily draw the aid donor into the most sensitive areas of national politics.
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- Political Pluralism
B. C. Smith
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