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Regime Change and Democratic Consolidation in Africa: A Comparative Analysis of the Republic of Niger and Equatorial Guinea
preprintposted on 21.08.2020, 21:04 by Edith ABOKWARA
This study aims to access regime change and democratic consolidation in Africa from a comparative perspective.
Comparative method was employed and content analysis used to analyse why most states on the continent are yet to consolidate their democracy.
The study found that despite regime frequency in the Republic of Niger and regime longevity in Equatorial Guinea both states are yet to consolidate their democracy.
One of the recommendation of the paper is that state institutions should be strengthened.
There was no available funding for the research/author.
Declaration of conflicts of interestThe author declare there is no conflict of interest.
Corresponding author firstname.lastname@example.org
Lead author countryNigeria
Lead author job rolePostgraduate Student
Lead author institutionUniversity of Benin, Nigeria
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