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EISA Election Observer Mission Report Mauritius national assembly elections 3 July 2005

"This report sums up the main observations and findings of the EISA Mission and makes appropriate recommendations to the relevant electoral stakeholders in Mauritius for further improvements. The report will be shared with all electoral stakeholders…

EISA Regional Observer mission report: Namibia Presidential and national assembly elections 15-16 November 2004

"The report outlines the EISA Observer mission's assessment, findings and analysis of the electoral process in all its phases, specifically the pre-election phase, the polling, counting and post-election phases which include the proclamation of the …

EISA Regional Observer Mission Report: Mozambique parliamentary and presidential elections 1-2 December 2004

"EISA deployed a regional observer mission to the Mozambique parliamentary and presidential elections, which were held on 1,2 Dec 2004. This report is the mission's assessment of the elections and covers the election period: pre-polling and polling,…

EISA Regional Observer Mission Report: Botswana parliamentary and local government elections 30 October 2004

"EISA found that in general, the electoral and political environment in Botswana is conducive to the holding of democratic elections. In addition the various election related processes provided for by legislation, such as voter registration and the …

EISA Election Observer Mission Report Malawi parliamentary and presidential elections 20 May 2004

"The Electoral Institute of Southern Africa deployed a regional mission to observe the Malawi parliamentary and presidential elections which were held on 20 May 2004. This is the mission's report. The report cover the assessment of the electoral pro…

EISA Election Observer Mission Report South Africa National and provincial elections 12-14 April 2004

"This report gives the main findings of the mission and makes recommendations to relevant election stakeholders for future elections. The report will be shared with the Independant Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC), political parties that c…

Is Swaziland a Democracy?

"This paper basically focuses on whether or not Swaziland is a democracy. As this question cannot be answered in abstracto, but with due reference to the actual practices and procedures employed by the Swaziland government in the constitutional and…

South Africa's Political Futures The Positive and Negative Implications of One-Party Dominance

"This article explores how diverse views of South Africa’s future are sustained by genuine imponderables arising from the interaction between politics and policy. The first section draws on recent advances in the local academic literature to investi…

Legitimisation or Delegitimisation of Electoral Process: Role of Domestic Electoral Observers (K-Dop) in Kenya's 2002 General Elections

"This contribution is structured in three parts : 1)political context of observation, The 2002 general elections was more a personality and ethnic contestation than an ideological contest between political parties. 2)Kenya domestic observation prog…

Managing Democracy: A Review of SADC Principles and Guidelines Governing Democratic Elections

"According to this report, democratization in Africa has spurred substantial progress in the electoral process. Party registration laws have been reformed to allow for the registration of more political parties. Electoral institutions are being over…

Election Talk [Zimbabwe]

This newsletter contains 4 articles. Masterson's article examines various pieces of legislation and how they interact to establish the conditions for the political parties to compete in the upcoming elections. Kabemba's article aims to interrogate t…

Election Talk [Tanzania]

This newsletter consists of 5 articles by different authors. The articles examines the electoral environment in Tanzania, citing relevant laws and discussing the Election Management Body, delimitation of boundaries, and the electoral system used in …

Election Talk [Mauritius]

This newsletter consists of 4 articles by different authors. Bertha Chiroro discusses the election results of 2005 in Mauritius as well as the Post Election disputes in 2005. Sydney Letsholo's article reflect on issues that arose in the aftermath of…

Election Talk [Zimbabwe]

This newsletter has 3 articles by different authors. Grant Masterson discusses the announcement of interim results and irregularities of the 2005 parliamentary elections. The final results were based on postal returns from all 120 constituencies. Ma…

Election Talk [Zimbabwe]

This paper has several articles which was written by 5 different authors. Moloi and Matloga examined the extent to which the secrecy of the ballot was respected during the 2005 Zimbabwe parliamentary elections. Chiroro examined the concerns raised w…

Election Talk [Zimbabwe]

The newsletter has various articles that was written by 4 different authors. Kabemba discussed the nomination of candidates and the 2005 Zimbabwe parliamentary elections. Grant Masterson discussed the voter registration qualification and voter regis…

Election Talk [Zimbabwe]

This paper covers the campaign process during the 2005 Zimbabwe parliamentary elections. Matloga and Moloi examined whether the campaign in the parliamentary elections conformed to the regional guidelines. Chiroro examined how accessible the governm…

Election Talk [Zimbabwe]

"Although the constitutional and legal framework sets the parameters within which the elections take place, there are several areas in which Zimbabwe's legal provisions fall short of the standards set in PEMMO."

Election Talk [Botswana, Malawi, Namibia,Mozambique]

Prof Tsie looked at delimitation of constituencies, demarcation of polling districts and identification of polling stations. Prof Chirwa discussed the post election situation in Malawi. He examines the mismanagement of the electoral process and the …

Election Talk [Botswana, Malawi,Mozambique,Namibia]

This brief has several articles written by 4 different authors. Dr Sebudubudu discussed the boycott of the All Party Conference in Botswana by the main opposition parties. Dr Kanyongolo discussed the consequences of increased separation between part…

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