Republic of South Africa

The vast majority of black South Africans did not have the right to vote until 1994.

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Until the mid-1990s, the Republic of South Africa was dominated by a political system of totalitarian ideology that proclaimed the need for separate development of communities of different races - apartheid. It was based on racial segregation, on the belief in the superiority of the white race, and discriminated against black and colored people. In 1968, it was recognized by the United Nations as a crime against the population.