The involvement of courts in electoral disputes has emerged as an increasingly common phenomenon in Africa, writes Ugochukwu Ezeh | 1yr
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Ugochukwu Ezeh, a doctoral researcher in the Law Faculty of the University of Oxford, is the author of the chapter entitled ‘Contested Elections in Africa: The Role of Courts in Electoral Processes’ in the recently published Routledge Handbook of Election Law (edited by David Schultz & Jurij Toplak).