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Tanzania and Senegal: Inside the Machine Comparing the Politics of Institutional Reform

"Tanzania and Senegal have long records of political stability. Both made peaceful transitions from single-party ‘African socialism’ to multiparty democracy, becoming favourites with foreign donors and development agencies. Recent elections were dec…

Managing Democracy : A Review of SADC Principles and Guidelines Governing Democratic Elections

"This is a review of major regional initiatives for best election practices in the SADC region with special focus on the SADC election principles. The paper provides some analytical insights into a deeper understanding of the significance and meanin…

From Military Rule to Multiparty Democracy Political Reforms and Challenges in Lesotho

"This study seeks to evaluate the prospects for the endurance of multiparty democracy in Lesotho. The data used is based primarily on information gathered during interviews with key stakeholders – that is, political parties, electoral commissioners,…

Still no Alternative? Popular views of the Opposition in Southern Africa's One-party Dominant Regimes

Following decades of authoritarian rule, multiparty democracy re-emerged in a “wave” of democratization in sub-Saharan Africa during the early 1990s. Twenty-nine countries in the region held founding elections – first competitive elections after an …

Electoral reform in Tanzania

As Tanzanians go to the polls in October 2020, citizens are faced with a choice between the incumbent President John Magufuli and aspirants from opposition parties. In the last five years, Magufuli has been given credit for growing the economy and…

Slowly Growing or Stunted? How Delivery of Electoral, Political and Economic Goods Impacts Support for Democracy in Uganda

Ugandans continue to prefer democracy over any other form of government, but they are also increasingly dissatisfied with the way their democracy is working. While preference for democracy has been increasing, the increase is characterized by non-…

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