CNN article based on Afrobarometer’s report on election management and quality with a focus on Ghana, including my interview.
The proposed new constitution would allow Alassane Ouattara to remain as president. Opposition parties see this move as a constitutional “coup” that will also protect his allies.
Results from Round 6 (2014/2015) of the Afrobarometer suggest that African citizens have low trust in the election institutions. This suggests that grievances with elections from opposition parties and civil society may be broadly supported by citizens.
CNN article based on Afrobarometer’s report on election management and quality, including my interview.
Coming soon: Post on how President Bongo was able to use state institutions to “win” an election and what opposition parties can and should do to counter this reality.
Gabon’s closest election since independence has erupted into controversy and violence. President Ali Bongo, who succeeded his father’s 42-year rule in 2009, claims the narrowest of victories over challenger Jean Ping. My article details public opinion data from Afrobarometer regarding election quality and support for democracy in Gabon.
Listen to the recording of my interview with Bruce Whitfield on South Africa’s The Money Show, 26 April.
On April 26, I will be interviewed live on the Money Show with Bruce Whitfield on 702 & CapeTalk radio in South Africa. The interview will begin at 19.15 South Africa time (17.15 GMT). Learn about where to stream live!