sábado, 10 de maio de 2014

South Africa: ANC wins elections in 20 years of the inauguration of Mandela

Just like in 1994 when it was led by Mandela, the ANC returned to get 62 percent of the vote, leaving well highlighted the second most votes, the Democratic Alliance (22.2 percent).

The South Africa, however, celebrate this Saturday the popular Madiba. The May 10, 1994, Mandela was sworn in as the first Black President of South Africa. At the time, despite the overwhelming victory of the ANC, also the popular Madiba decided to form a national unity Government, naming as first-vice President of the country the predecessor Frederik de Klerk, the national party, which had led the recent years of Apartheid in the country.

Mandela had been elected in those that stayed to the history as the first multiracial elections in South Africa, which also deserved celebration by two decades met the April 27, a date which received the name of "freedom day". Since these elections of 1994 that the ANC is ahead of the country. For the first time, now, won without the presence of Nelson Mandela, who died on 5 December.

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