Mon, 2 November 2020
Fraudulent elections can lead to long term voter apathy and erode democratic institutions. Sometimes, they can fuel widespread protests, and in some countries, revolution. On this episode of the podcast, we examine how a rigged election in Belarus is fueling a democratic uprising. Election observer and University of Missouri political scientist Mary Stegmaier is our guide.
Mary Stegmaier, Vice Provost for International Programs and Director of the International Center at the University of Missouri
Teresa Cotsirilos, WorldAffairs producer
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