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Vol 55 No 23

Published 21st November 2014


Namibia

Geingob for a shoo-in

Everything is going SWAPO’s way for a decisive victory in the elections on 28 November

Other countries may be tiring of one-party states founded by leaders of anti-colonial armed movements but not, it seems, Namibia. The SWAPO Party – formerly the South West African People's Organisation – is expected to sweep the board in both the parliamentary and presidential polls. SWAPO is even expected to increase its majority in the National Assembly from the 72 seats it currently holds, out of a total 96.

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