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dc.contributor.authorعلي هارون خاطر-
dc.identifier.citationجامعـة إفـريقيـا العــالميـةـ عمادة الدراسة العليا والبحث العلم والنشر ـ كليـة الاقتصاد والعلوم السياسية ـ قسم العلوم السياسيةen_US
dc.description.abstractI chose this subject because I thing that is one of very important The title of this subject is the: role of the tribes in the state building in Africa to case the situation in chad. political subjects in Africa and in chad. That the construction of any state should be came by there’s strong political institutions, but not by the authority of different tribes groups. Without no doubt, God was give us the life and we divided by many different tribes for our easy life, and those groups ,then they must obey the authority of the state and continued in the social live under the order of state authority, there for the first job of this tribes groups to lives and works together, respect, obey, and help the state to building, but chad nation like other nations in Africa was took the bad road in the beginning of his history, chad concentered on tribe-ness and take the road of traditional virtues, then why we going to warn against disobeying the regulation which destroyed the building of the state. Lastly I thing any system which neglects any of the three department of human nature, mental, moral and physical, must be necessarily a failure. In this very period chad experimented with all forms of government and political systems. However, or in spite of that, the power in chad turned to be a –source of tribes violence and lack of stability for reasons to became leaders The contrary is also true when the form of a state is fragile, never stabilizing strong government.en_US
dc.publisherجامعة إفريقيا العالميةen_US
dc.subjectنظم الحزبيةen_US
dc.titleدور القبيلة في بناء الدولة بأفريقيا: دراسة حالة تشاد 1960- 2015en_US
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