Interest group participation in the National Economic Development and Labour Council (NEDLAC)
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This chapter examines the role that NEDLAC plays in enhancing democratic participation with a view to pointing out some of the challenges facing the new policy-making institution. It begins by examining policy making during the apartheid era and focuses on interest group participation in NEDLAC.
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