Cameroon: meaningful elections?

Blogging at the sub-Saharan Africa Roundtable, Evan Weinberger wonders whether Cameroon is about to have free and fair elections, “After two more seriously flawed presidential elections, the last in 2004, Cameroon is getting set for parliamentary elections later this year. Civic groups, led by the Catholic Church, have pushed for significant electoral reforms, including an independent electoral commission to replace the presidential-appointed National Elections Observatory.”

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