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Electoral Assistance in Africa: How much of it works?

Electoral Assistance in Africa: How much of it works?

VICTOR SHALE  MUCH of Africa has transitioned from authoritarian to multiparty dispensation especially between the late 1980s and early 1990’s.   VICTOR SHALE However, the transition did not necessarily mean that the socio-economic, historical, and political convolutions are out of the way. It has also not entirely changed the face and soul of the state institutions established by the erstwhile colonial regimes.  Even though regular elections ranging from competitive, semi-competitive to non-competitive elections are assured across the continent, the quality of these elections remains multifarious.  There is a perennial paroxysm of election-related conflicts in some countries, hence an upsurge in electoral…
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