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Title: New Scottish Parliament, Same Old Interest Group Politics?
Author(s): Cairney, Paul
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Editor(s): Jeffrey, C
Mitchell, J
Citation: Cairney P (2009) New Scottish Parliament, Same Old Interest Group Politics?. In: Jeffrey C & Mitchell J (eds.) The Scottish Parliament 1999-2009: The First Decade. Edinburgh: Luath, pp. 105-112.
Issue Date: 2009
Date Deposited: 26-Jul-2013
Abstract: First paragraph: The run-up to devolution was accompanied by an optimism that a new Parliament would institute change in the quality of democracy in Scotland. Pro-devolution reformers did not simply want the repatriation of decision-making to Scotland - they also wanted different decision-making processes. The watchword was a ‘new politics' of consensus, participation and deliberation.
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