Mismanaging the transition-transfer: an unlawful abuse of incumbency - GAINAKO
Almost without exception, and outside of an armed military takeover, dictatorship usually succumbs to mass action, violent or otherwise, on the streets of a country, and the resultant forceful change in government may be termed a revolution. Recall the 1979 collapse of the Pahlavi dynasty in Iran, the 1989 uprising that terminated Nicolae Ceausescu’s repressiveRead More