The continent’s systems of governance are evolving, but a transnational approach may be needed to ensure a system that works for the citizenry In Africa, by 2005, about 40 countries had introduced democratic systems of government since independence by having “regular, competitive multi-party elections”. Others, however, have remained under authoritarian rule, as […]

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