Multi-Party Elections in Africa

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Palgrave Macmillan, 2002 - History - 387 pages
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This volume includes electoral studies of multi-party politics in 14 African countries during the 1990s. Most are about national elections in Anglophone Africa. There are also less well-known examples from Sudan, Ethiopia, and Guinea Bissau. The collection is enriched by studies of local elections in Namibia and of a significant by-election in Malawi. The multi-party period has been put, wherever possible, within the historical context of earlier elections in Africa.

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Michael Cowen was at the University of Development Studies at the University of Helsinki.

Liisa Laakso is at the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Helsinki.

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