A Political Chronology of Africa
Provides an impartial record of the political events that have helped to shape social, cultural, geographical and economic history in the countries of Africa.
Key features include:
* Individual country profiles
* The major political events that have shaped each country
* Charts each country's political progress
* Covers major events and developments from the early history of each nation to recent events
* Greater emphasis is given to more comtemporary events, particularly in nations that have undergone major political upheaval in recent years
* Details the elections, wars, disputes, diplomatic activities and changes to national borders by invasion, annexation and treaty that have had a major influence on history
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Central African Republic
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Republic of the Congo
São Tomé and Príncipe
36th ratification took administration African Union agreement Algeria alleged Angola announced appointed Prime Minister April Arab army arrested attempted coup d’état August became began border British cabinet candidates cease-fire century Chad civilian colonial Congo Côte d’Ivoire Council of Ministers country’s coup d’état created after two-thirds December declared diplomatic relations dismissed Egypt elections were held electoral Eritrea Ethiopia February fifth extraordinary summit forces France French Gambia Government groups Hutu independence January June King leader legislative elections legislature Libya March Mauritania member states i.e. military Morocco Muhammad multi-party National Assembly November OAU agreed October Organization’s fifth extraordinary People’s political parties Portuguese President presidential election Prime Minister ratified the Union’s re-elected rebel referendum region Renamo reorganized Republic resigned seats Senegal September South Africa subsequently Sudan territory trade transitional troops Tunisia Tutsi Uganda Union’s Constitutive Act Union’s institutions United Kingdom votes cast Western Sahara withdrawal