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2015 | 2 |
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Legitimidad política y apertura legal en sistemas de partidos sub-nacionales: el caso de México en perspectiva comparada

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El presente artículo se adscribe a una agenda de investigación académica que pone en discusión la relación existente entre la legitimidad política y la regulación del sistema de partidos en América Latina. En este sentido, la identificación de las barreras fijadas para regular el ingreso de nuevos contendientes políticos a la arena electoral, así como el análisis de las condiciones que facilitan su entrada desde el nivel sub-nacional, se presentan como indicadores que en este documento se analizarán a efecto de poder testear una reciente hipótesis de trabajo que sostiene que a menor legitimidad política, mayor apertura del sistema de partidos.
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This article is in line with a research agenda that raises questions about the relationship between political legitimacy and party system’s regulation in Latin America. In this regard, the identification of the thresholds set to regulate the entry of new political contenders to the electoral arena as well as the analysis of the conditions that facilitate their entry from the sub-national level are presented as indicators that are analysed in this paper in order to test a recent working hypothesis according to which the less legitimate a party system is, the more open it becomes.
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2015
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2016-03-25
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