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The Politics of Local Participatory Democracy In Latin AmericaInstitutions, Actors, and Interactions$
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Françoise Montambeault

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780804795166

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: May 2016

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9780804795166.001.0001

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Recife

Recife

From Clientelism to Disempowering Cooption

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(p.136) Six Recife
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The Politics of Local Participatory Democracy In Latin America
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Françoise Montambeault

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Stanford University Press
DOI:10.11126/stanford/9780804795166.003.0006

Chapter 6 moves the analysis to the case of Recife, in Brazil. This city presents two cases in one, and as such allows a unique time-based comparison that adds to the space-based comparisons undertaken throughout the book. The chapter shows that Recife’s two distinct experiences of participatory budgeting, implemented under different local governments, reveal contrasting patterns of state-society relationships: the first one (1993–2000 under a PMDB/PFL coalition) closely corresponds to an ideal type of clientelism, while the other one (2001–2009, under the PT) has the characteristics of disempowering co-option. These varying outcomes thus represent a variation on the mobilization axis, which is best explained by the important changes introduced in the institutional design by the PT in 2001. The sociopolitical context, however, sustained an unequal partnership and political control practices in both experiences.

Keywords:   Recife, participatory budgeting, clientelism, disempowering cooption

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