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South African Elections

In South Africa's second democratic elections the issues of the consolidation of the democratic order, transformation of the state, reconstruction and development are critical. Despite all the promises and visions of their manifestos, none of the parties opposing the African National Congress (ANC) even pretends that it will be in a position to form a government. The ANC, still carrying the aura of having been a liberation movement, is poised to secure a decisive, perhaps even an overwhelming, victory.

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