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Type Journal Article - African Studies Review
Title Political participation and mobilization after Mali’s 2012 coup
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Volume 60
Issue 1
Publication (Day/Month/Year) 2017
Page numbers 15-35
URL https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/african-studies-review/article/political-participation-and-m​obilization-after-malis-2012-coup/20407F350C07154A791FC523B9ACCF8F
Abstract
If the sudden downfall of Mali’s officially democratic system in early 2012 surprised many observers, the failings of the Malian state—including public disaffection with the political process, weak rule of law, and inadequate delivery of basic services—were widely known both at home and abroad. Focusing on activists based in Bamako, this article assesses Malian civil society’s response to these challenges since the March 2012 military coup and considers prospects for wider political engagement by the Malian public.

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Whitehouse, Bruce. "Political participation and mobilization after Mali’s 2012 coup." African Studies Review 60, no. 1 (2017): 15-35.
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