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The Zanzibar Presidential, House of Representatives and Local Government Elections of 31 October 2010

"The 31 October 2010 presidential, House of Representatives and local government elections in Zanzibar were held as part of regular elections conducted every five years in line with that country’s constitution. This report is the EISA Electoral Ob...

Ghana: A Beacon of Hope in Africa

"Focusing on relative internal peace, this brief starts by analysing key aspects of the Ghanaian constitution, which is the anchor of the country’s democracy. This is followed by an examination of the country’s electoral processes, which have been...

Proceedings of the 2006 FOPRISA Annual Conference

"The Proceedings of the 2006 FOPRISA Annual Conference represents the culmination of research activities undertaken during the first year of FOPRISA, from 2005 to 2006. This collection of 15 papers covers four research themes: Democratic Developme...

Elections and stability in SADC: the Zimbabwe case

This policy brief looks at the electoral processes in Zimbabwe as a mirror to Southern African Development Community (SADC) shortcomings with regards to entrenching democratic values. Though not the only measure of democratisation, elections remai...

Lessons from Electoral Management and Processes in West Africa

"This paper summarises the observations and findings of a comparative study of the contribution of electoral commissions (ECs) to the strengthening of democracy in West Africa, carried out in 2009–2010. The study was conducted in six countries...

Elections and the Risk of Instability in Africa: Supporting Legitimate Electoral Processes

"Whereas elections have become commonplace in Africa over the past 20 years, several recent examples have shown that they can also crystallise tensions and cause violence (as happened in Kenya, Côte d’Ivoire and Zimbabwe), and can fail to legitim...

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