n Journal of African Elections - Housekeeping notes

Volume 11, Issue 2
  • ISSN : 1609-4700



As I write these notes, the results of the Angolan election are trickling in. This election is interesting in itself, of course, but it is just another in the spate of elections that have taken place on the continent this year. All who are interested in promoting democracy in Africa must applaud these developments. But for those, like we who are involved in this journal, elections increase the demands on limited resources and person power.Keeping track of African elections, as our colleagues in EISA do, is one thing, finding experts and authorities to write bout them in this journal is another. The long-term challenge is twofold.

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