South African parties don't talk much about migration in their electoral manifestos
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What is it about?
Because of its apartheid history, we can expect South African parties to spend a substantial part of their electoral manifestos talking about immigration. Here I systematically analyse the contents of all major parties, and find that South African parties do not discuss migration much -- not as parties, not in their electoral manifestos.
Why is it important?
Many different actors talk about immigration and the integration of immigrants. We have limited knowledge of the role of political parties in this politicization of immigration. The systematic analysis allows us to differentiate the role of parties as organizations and the role of individual politicians.
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