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Vol 51 No 9

Published 30th April 2010


A good vote in Africa

Free, fair and good-humoured. They were organised and monitored entirely by Sudanese and their results were widely accepted as free and fair. Those were Sudan’s landmark elections of 1986, which brought in a civilian government in the wake of a popular uprising against an autocratic regime.

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