Electoral Reform and Stability in Uruguay

Issue Date April 2000
Volume 11
Issue 2
Page Numbers 85-98
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In the November 1999 presidential election, Uruguayans reaffirmed their strong commitment to democracy, while adjusting to a set of constitutional reforms that profoundly altered the electoral system.

About the Author

Jeffrey Cason is assistant professor of political science at Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont. He is coauthor (with Christopher Barrett) of Overseas Research: A Practical Guide (1997) and coeditor (with Michael Carter and Frederic Zimmerman) of Development at a Crossroads: Paths to Sustainability After the Neoliberal Revolution (1998). He completed research in Uruguay from August to December 1999 under the auspices of a Fulbright grant.

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