Podcast: Does Democracy Work for Africa?

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Speaking to RFI’s Christina Okello for a brand new documentary, DiA’s Professor Nic Cheeseman explains why even in the countries where elections are frequently manipulated and controversial not holding elections would be worse.

Allegations of vote rigging have mired elections in both Zimbabwe and Cameroon, and risk overshadowing upcoming polls in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Opposition parties each time cry foul, accusing authoritarian leaders of manipulating the electoral process.

With vote fraud becoming a trend across the African continent, RFI’s Christina Okello looks at whether democracy is really working for Africa, in this week’s Spotlight on Africa.

For more news, follow Christina on Twitter @vivalid

One thought on “Podcast: Does Democracy Work for Africa?

  1. I totally agree with you, Professor Cheeseman! That’s why I recommended ‘endure dictatorship’ in my recent blog, “Bah! Humbug! Only a sissy is fit to be a servant leader!”

    On 12 November 2018, I will publish, “Hypocrisy and greed are killing us!” in which I defend my recommendation.

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