Power Transfers and Bloodshed
Why Elections Must Go On

Letting the pandemic disrupt democracies’ regular transfers of power would indeed be a cure far worse than the disease. We must find a way to press on with elections—safely.

Published on: April 1, 2020
Andrej Kokkonen and Anders Sundell teach in the department of political science at Gothenburg University. Jørgen Møller teaches in the department of political science at Aarhus University in Denmark. Together they are writing a book entitled The Politics of Succession.
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