The “socialist revolution” in the Seychelles

Daniel Künzler
After the “socialist revolution” in 1977, the Seychelles introduced a universal social pension, free education and free health care. This path of the Seychelles to universal social policies is unique in several regards. On the one hand, the policies were financed by economic growth triggered by a non-dogmatic economic policy that focused on three partly state-led, partly privately driven key sectors. Especially important were services (tourism, finance) that replaced the colonial plantation economy. On the...
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