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The Evolution and Development of the Movement for Multiparty Democracy in Zambia

The liberal democratic wave that swept through Africa after the collapse of the USSR and communist regimes in eastern Europe spelled an end to several one-party states and military governments on the continent. Among other things it prompted the f...

South Africa's second democratic election 1999 An Annotated Bibliography

This bibliography reflects critical assessments, political analyses and academic meditations collated on National and Provincial polls held on 2 June 1999. Literature reflects a renewed interest in the efficacy of the proportional representation s...

Lesotho's 2007 General Elections Towards a Constructive Management of Post-Election Disputes

"The primary goals of the conference were to contribute to the ongoing dialogue on the causes of and sustainable solutions to post-election disputes in Lesotho following its 2007 poll. To provide a regional forum on strategies and methodologies fo...

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

"According to this report, democratization in Africa has spurred substantial progress in the electoral process. Party registration laws have been reformed to allow for the registration of more political parties. Electoral institutions are being ov...

Democratic Consolidation in SADC Botswana's 2004 Elections

"The study of the 2004 general elections in Botswana was aimed at analyzing the process of democratic consolidation in Africa's longest surviving and stable political system. In this respect, the attention falls on six areas : the impact of the el...

Parties and Political Development in Tanzania

"This report presents findings from a study conducted in Tanzania for the EISA project on ‘Strengthening democracy through dialogue with parties.’ The overall aims of this project are to examine the functioning and regulation of parties in Tanzani...

Transitional politics in South Africa: From confrontation to democracy

"This paper is concerned with the politics of transition in South Africa, which is defined as the movement away from apartheid and minority domination towards some form of democracy. This movement is characterised by a process of phased negotiatio...

The Lesotho election: Action replay or forward wind?

The first free election in Lesotho is scheduled for 27 March 1993, and is arousing considerably more international interest than the significance of the country would normally warrant. This paper examines the concerns and issues which will confron...

Swaziland's Struggle with Political Liberalisation

"The research critically evaluates six key determinants in Swaziland’s political landscape, namely: the electoral system; electoral administration; the nonexistence of political parties; and constitutionalism and democratic assistance. Gender is...

Election Update 2004 Botswana No 1

This Election Update discussed the ninth general election held in 2004 in Botswana. The pre-election political setting was assessed. Also the previous elections were reviewed and a further examination of the following key issues : Review of Previo...

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