Comparative Study on Post-Legislative Scrutiny

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Comparative Study on Post-Legislative Scrutiny

July 23rd, 2018

This comparative study describes the process and reasons for Post-Legislative Scrutiny, presents relevant facts and trends in selected countries, and identifies opportunities relevant to the parliamentary strengthening programming of the Westminster foundation for democracy (Wfd) and other democracy assistance organizations.

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