Political Authoritarianism in Africa
Submission DeadlineFeb. 10, 2020

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Lead Guest Editor
Martin Olando Wesonga
Department of Theology, Bishop Hannington Institute of Theology, Mombasa, Kenya
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Introduction
The issue will highlight political and religious authoritarianism. Religious and Religious authoritarianism has brought suffering in many parts of the world. Through Political authoritarianism, many citizens have been oppressed and denied basic human rights. In Religious, citizens of minority religious have been marginalized by governments of predominant religious.
Aims and Scope:
  1. Dictatorship
  2. Human rights
  3. Oppression
  4. Constitution
  5. Detention without trials
  6. Democracy
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