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Analyse des facteurs déterminants des élections législatives du 30 juillet 2006 en Territoire de Djugu

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  • NGAKPA SAFARI, Désiré
Publication Date
Apr 25, 2022
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French
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Abstract

The author of this study sets the objective of circumscribing the problem of the conduct of the legislative elections of 2006 in the Territory of Djugu by identifying (identifying) the main factors that motivated (justified) the choice of elections on this or that other candidate to the national deputation.The particularity of the conduct of these elections was that they took place in a post-conflict context where the Hema and Bale (Lendu) found in these elections another frame of explanation for their cyclical antagonism.In embarking on a study of electoral sociology, some basic factors have justified the choice and commitment of voters to DJUGU are: the case of war, the need to have representatives and legitimate leaders of a new democratic regime and finally, the end of the war of rebellion and ethnic conflicts that long bereaved the region.From this point of view, the basic criteria for choosing MPs depended on their past actions in the community, their ethnic or tribal affiliation, their competence and their popularity.

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