41) GUINEA: Government of military ruler Lansana Conte's government postponed nation's first multi-party elections, originally set for last December. Now promised for later this year, though no date announced.
42) TANZANIA: Ruling Revolutionary Party of Tanzania promised political reform, but government has not set date for democratic elections. Opposition parties legal.
43) RWANDA: Sole political party remains President Juvenal Habyarimana's National Revolutionary Movement for Democracy and Development.
44) UGANDA: President Yoweri Museveni, who came to power 1986 military coup, says one-party rule will continue to year 2000. October elections scheduled to choose constitution-writing body, which will decide whether to hold a referendum on multi-party democracy.
45) ZAIRE: President Mobutu Sese Seko, suspended a transitional legislature last December. He has prevented an opposition-led government from functioning as the country slips into anarchy.