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Foreword by Abdel Ghaffar Mohamed Ahmed by Executive Secretary, OSSREA
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1. Introduction by Evolution of African Political Parties by M. A Mohamed Salih
2. Political Parties, Party Systems and Democracy in Sub-Saharan Africa by Renske Doorenspleet
3. Power and competition by The institutional context of multi-party politics by Oda van Cranenburgh
4. Democratic Transition and the Crises of an African Nationalist Party, UNIP by Zambia by Jotham C. Momba
5. Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) by A Revolutionary Party in Transition, Tanzania by Paschal B. Mihyo
6. Inhibitions to Democratic Party Politics in Zimbabwe by John Makumbe
7. Political Parties and Democratic Sustenance in Ghana, 1992-2000 by Kwame Boafo-Arthur
8. Sustainability of Political Parties in Kenya by Nick G. Wanjohi
9. Political Parties and Democracy in Independent Namibia by Tapera O. Chirawu
10. Multiparty Politics and Elections in Southern Africa by Realities and Imageries by Denis Venter
11. Party Politics and Political Culture in Ethiopia by Kassahun Berhanu
12. When Political Parties Fail by Sudan's Democratic Conundrum by Abdel Ghaffar Mohamed Ahmed and Samia El Hadi El Nagar
13. Political Parties and Governance by Wil Hout
14. Political Parties and Democratic Governance in Botswana by Mpho G. Molomo
15. Political Parties and the Unfinished Quest for Democratic Governance, Zambia by Njunga-Michael Mulikita
16. Political Parties and Governance in Nigeria by Dele Olowu and Matthew Okotoni
17. Political Parties and Government by Petr Kopeck_ and Peter Mair by
18. Synthesis and Conclusion by M. A. Mohamed Salih
Bibliography
Note on Contributors
Index

About the Author

M. A. Mohamed Salih is Professor of Politics of Development at the Department of Political Science, University of Leiden, The Netherlands. His most recent books include African Pastoralism: Conflict Institutions and Governance (Pluto 2001) and African Democracies and African Politics (Pluto Press 2001). Abdel Ghaffar M. Ahmed is Professor of Social Anthropology. His most recent book is African Pastoralism: Conflicts, Institutions and Government (Pluto Press 2001).

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