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The Role of Political Parties in National Development: A Critical Survey of Kenya

Show simple item record Sangura, R.M Abong’o, V.N 2016-06-16T10:04:37Z 2016-06-16T10:04:37Z 2016
dc.description.abstract Political parties form part of the political institution of society, with irreplaceable roles to perform towards the development of any society. The Kenyan society is currently facing a number of critical challenges including poverty, disease and ignorance corruption, insecurity and negative ethnicity among others. These pose a great challenge to sustainable development in the country. It is against this background that the paper was conceived to investigate the role that political parties can play in addressing these challenges so as to pave way for sustainable national development and tap the country’s great potentials. The paper used the historical, critical and phenomenological methods. The findings indicate that political parties have a significant role towards national integration, stability and security. They can play an irreplaceable role in poverty eradication, war against corruption, civic education and mobilization. It can help in entrenching the principles of good governance and enhance the democratization process and policy formulation for the realization of sustainable national development. The output will benefit development planning, national cohesion and integration; and the fight against corruptionand insecurity among other socio-political and economic challenges currently plaguing the country thus impeding development. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject political parties en_US
dc.subject good governance en_US
dc.subject development en_US
dc.subject poverty en_US
dc.subject corruption en_US
dc.title The Role of Political Parties in National Development: A Critical Survey of Kenya en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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