State Building and Democratization in Africa: Faith, Hope, and Realities

By Kidane Mengisteab; Cyril Daddieh | Go to book overview

Index
AAPO ( All Amhara People's Organization), 249
Abacha, General Sani, 119, 120
Abiola, Chief Moshood, 108, 115, 119
ABN ( Association for a Better Nigeria), 106
AFRC ( Armed Forces Revolutionary Council), 127
Aidid, Mohamed Farah, 272, 275
ANC ( African National Congress), 13-14, 32, 60, 93, 202, 206-7, 214, 216- 19
ASP ( Afro-Shirazi Party), 193
AST ( Action Socialiste Tchadienne), 163
ASUU ( Academic Staff Union of Universities), 110
Babangida, General Ibrahim, 105-6, 108, 118, 119
derailment of democratic transition, 118 lack of army support for, 118 overthrow of, 119
Bakongo (ethnic group), 159, 161
Banda, Kamuzu, 184
Bédié, Henri Konan, 149, 150
Biru, General Taddesse, 23
Biwott, Nicholas, 185, 193
Boahen, Adu, 145, 150
Bokamba-Yangouma,Jean-Michel, 172
Boroma (clan group), 271
Botha, P. W., 206, 212
Burundi, 7
Buthelezi, Mangosuthu Gatsha, 56-57, 207, 212, 218-19
Camdessus, Michel, 2
CAN ( Christian Association of Nigeria), 115
Capacity building, 1
CCM ( Chama Cha Mapinduzi), 186
CCT ( Christian Council of Tanzania), 193
CDHR. ( Committee for the Defense of Human Rights), 110, 112
CDS ( Center for Democratic Studies), 114
CFA ( Communauté Financiée Africaine), 184
Chad, 12, 161, 164-65, 167-68
colonial political reform, 16 elections of 1946-1947, 164 ethnic conflict, 164, 165 ethnic make-up, 160 Fulani (ethnic group), 165 independence, 167

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