Essay heading: A Collapsed Transition: Democratization in Burundi

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January 4, 1997

 

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First, as minimal corruption among elites in power is a critical component of a democratic experiment, a ‘free and fair’ stamp of approval is perhaps the most significantly positive indicator of success. Second, only one oppositional party, Frodebu, emerged as the front-runner, creating a profoundly cohesive oppositional movement; throughout Africa, “cohesive opposition movements commonly went on to win founding elections” in contrast to fragmented oppositions which commonly lost “even where elections were held...
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Third, opposition leader Melchior Ndadaye of Frodebu defeated Buyoya by a landslide, and simultaneously took a large majority in the parliament. Buyoya conceded defeat peacefully, and as the “disposition of the losers toward the outcome of founding elections is crucial to democratization,” this marks yet another positive stage of the transition...
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