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Title:Zimbabwe's presidential elections 2002: evidence, lessons and implications
Editor:Melber, HenningISNI
Year:2002
ISSN:1104-8417
Issue:14
Pages:88
Language:English
Series:Discussion paper
City of publisher:Uppsala
Publisher:Nordiska Afrikainstitutet
ISBN:9171064907
Geographic term:Zimbabwe
Subjects:elections
2002
heads of State
External link:http://nai.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:241803
Abstract:The consequences of the controversial 2002 presidential elections in Zimbabwe and the impact of the politically contested continued presidency of Robert Mugabe are not yet fully apparent. The current debates also centre on the case of Zimbabwe as a litmus test for the notion of 'good governance' and democracy as perceived and acknowledged by other African leaders, especially in the context of the New Partnership for Africa's Development, NEPAD. The contributions to this 'Discussion Paper' offer comments from scholars mainly in or from the southern African region: Kenneth Good, Amin Y Kamete, Brian Raftopoulos, Tandeka C. Nkiwane, Henning Melber, Ian Taylor, Patrick Molutsi and Stefan Mair.
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