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ZAMBIA: Threats and promises after divisive election

President Levy Mwanawasa is reasserting his authority to ensure that Zambia’s hangover from the bitterly contested elections does not become a permanent state of affairs. In the wake of the country’s fourth multiparty elections since 1991, when it emerged from 27 years of one-party rule, wide-scale rioting broke out amid allegations of voter rigging, with presidential runner-up Michael Sata, of the Patriotic Front, threatening to impose his party’s policies in areas where they had an overwhelming majority. Full Story

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