Vol. 2, Issue 8 (2015)
Determinants of Political capacity in developing States: Focus on Asia and Africa
Author(s): Syed Wajahat Afzal
Abstract: In this paper present the determinants of political capacity in developing states. Political capacity of the state means negotiate the conflicts in the regime and ability of government to penetrate in the society. In developing states of Asia and Africa, the political capacity of the government is not making the influence in the society because most of states have not popular accepted governments. Level of political capacity differs from one section of the state to the other section; therefore firm institutional frame work is lagging behind. Different social forces are exerting pressure on the Legal institutions. Therefore government capacity is always affected because of unparalleled social cohesion in developing states, government is always working under the different layers of political units and virulent groups. They gear the capacity of government on their own side that is why Government institutions not able to manage the conflicts in the state. Parallel political capacity is required in developing states for the administration and for political order in the society.