South African national elections, 1994-2009: A contextual comparison
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The article compares the national elections from 1994 to 2009 contextually and argues that the most important developments in politics did not take place within the systems as measured agains election results, but precisely within the broader context. Notwithstanding, the national elections are important comparable milestones which indeed point out the contextual instead of the system nature of South African politics.
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