by Mel Huang It is a tool employed by some pseudo-democratic regimes to change the election rules on the brink of the vote itself, to better suit the interests of the ruling clan in light of the day’s conditions. Lately there has been evidence of it in Mugabe’s Zimbabwe and in Fujimori’s Peru, but it […]

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