Kenya’s opposition has refused to accept the results of the recent presidential elections, and shockingly, the Supreme Court has now ruled the results illegitimate. There will be a new election in 60 days, which is a very short timetable. What does this mean for Kenya’s democratic institutions? How will the new election go? Advertisements
Angola just had its first significant presidential election in its entire independent history. For the first time since 1979, President dos Santos was not on the ballot. As the second-longest serving president on the entire continent, his retirement marks a notable change for this oil-rich country. Who is the new leader? What does he promise to do? What are his chances of succeeding?