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Democracy has been good for us, but how good? – Insights from the Afrobarometer survey

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Ghana has made peace with democracy and the high percentage of Ghanaians who say that we must choose our leaders through elections, one of the key linchpins of democratic practice, is impressive.

The 4th Republic has seen eight elections and while two ended up in the Supreme Court for judicial adjudication because the outcome was disputed by the party declared as having lost, the preference for the use of elections as the mechanism for choosing leaders remains high.

 

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