Hope Mubanga's scientific contributions

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... tribe is being represented (Gondwe,p. 21). For this reason, democracy as initially intended and broadly defined does not seem exist in Zambia. The closest defined form of 'democracy' Zambia has ever experience would be the 1972 Kaunda's "One-Party" Participatory Democracy, which was aimed at managing and structuring political and tribal conflicts (Chipenzi et. al., 2011). Under this form of democracy, only one party existed, and the parliament would elect a leader on behalf of the people. The culmination of the elections came with the people voting for the elected leader with either a 'Yes' or 'No' approval. ...