By Dieter Nohlen,Bernard Thibaut,Michael Krennerich
In the 1st quantity of this sequence, Elections in Africa provides a country-by-country learn of African countries that gives a comparative advent on elections and electoral platforms. each one nation bankruptcy examines the heritage of the institutional and electoral preparations, the evolution of suffrage and present electoral provisions. distinctive and exhaustive info on nationwide elections and referendums are awarded relatively. The publication presents a definitive and entire set of
data on elections and electoral platforms that allows you to facilitate comparative examine. information is gifted in a scientific demeanour bearing in mind either ancient and cross-national comparisons.
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Elections in Africa: A Data Handbook by Dieter Nohlen,Bernard Thibaut,Michael Krennerich