Modern Democracy and Traditional Bantu Governance: Towards an Alternative Policy

Claver Boundja


This study starts from the analysis of the limits of modern democracy to propose a new form of Bantu-inspired political governance. The uprising of peoples in democratic countries signals the end of democracy based on ultra-liberalism. It is therefore urgent to think of a new type of political governance, much more concerned with peoples lives. The traditional Bantu (people) government is therefore a model to revisit and update, in this world where people feel abused by politics. We propose a political theory, based on consensual governance and the well-being of people. It is necessary to assert that the solution to the problems posed by modern democracy can only come from the traditional political governance model of the Bantu.

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