is caretaker government legal where a democratic government rules?
In what context is 'legal' defined, international law?
In international law, a people's right to self-determination is pretty key. So, for example, if the people's will becomes subverted by a government that was once elected, a provisional (maybe military) government could be justified in some such exception circumstances.
by Deforest4 years ago
Since the US gave former empires the exemple with Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan, Pakistan, why wouldn't they follow? Since when the West is more righteous than any other part of the world? Since economical interests prevail?
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