Both popular support for democracy and satisfaction with the way it’s working are declining in Namibia, a new Afrobarometer survey indicates.
A preference for democracy over other political systems is at its lowest point in two decades, and the same is true of citizens’ satisfaction with their democracy.
Under the strain of a severe drought and the threat of a looming recession, Namibians will go to the polls in November to elect their president and members of the National Assembly.
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