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Saturday, 7 November 2009

One Party Participatory Democracy

It is a very long time since an opposition party in Southern Africa managed to remove a seating political party from power. Infact for some countries like Botswana it remains a pipe dream. That story continued last week when Frelimo crushed Renamo in Mozambique elections. A result the legendary Alfonso Dlakhama is not taking lightly.

We have previously touched on this issue - see Are opposition political parties doomed in Africa?

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