Nigeria’s 2011 General Elections: The International Dimensions and Challenges (Lecture Series 89)

Nigeria’s 2011 General Elections: The International Dimensions and Challenges (Lecture Series 89)

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Nigeria’s 2011 General Elections: The International Dimensions and Challenges is the 89th in the series of public lectures organised by the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs .

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Nigeria’s 2011 General Elections: The International Dimensions and Challenges is the 89th in the series of public lectures organised by the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs . In this lecture, Professor Attahiru M. Jega , the Chairman of the Indepedent National Electoral Commission dealt with the international dimensions of elections in Nigeria.

He examined the complex interaction between domestic politics and foreign policy in Nigeria, the impact of global developments on the conduct of domestic elections and globalisation of elections and elections management. The author concluded that , Nigeria strove hard for electoral reforms and received tremendous international solidarity to bring these to fruition.

He noted that the formidable challenge remaining to be addressed is how to continue to bring further improvements to the electoral process and prevent a reversal to the old order of chaotic and fradulent elections with the attendant negative consequence of bad governance.

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