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L'implantation rurale des partis politiques en Europe orientale

Abstract : Rural support for political parties in eastern Europe. – Quite different rationales shape the relations between political parties and farmer voters in Bulgaria and Romania. To describe them, both the macro- and microinstitutional levels must enter into account. At the macro level, the way farm programs have been drawn up and implemented must be examined. Reforms in agriculture depend very much on the “agrarian relations” established under Communism. Depending on whether farmers had tense or harmonious relations with the powers-that-used-to-be, decollectivization on the micro level has followed quite different rationales, which have conditioned the diffusion of political slogans among farmers. Farm programs have been recuperated by local middlemen and then adapted to local structures in various ways.
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Antoine Roger. L'implantation rurale des partis politiques en Europe orientale. Etudes rurales, Paris: Éditions de l'École pratique des hautes études, 2002, Exclusions, pp.229-254. ⟨10.4000/etudesrurales.78⟩. ⟨halshs-00258935⟩

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