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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 th...

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 pollin...

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 th...

Kenya: Prospects for democracy following multi-party elections

"Kenya only recently held its first multi-party elections since independence in 1963. Having had a long history of intolerance of opposition politics, Kenyans are in the process of struggling towards developing a democratic tradition and democrat...

Popular Attitudes Toward Democracy in Mauritius

This briefing paper discusses democracy as viewed by Mauritians and compare this to other African countries.The survey is also looking at the level of rejection for non-democratic alternatives. A closer look at voting patterns and participation in...

Malawi's 2014 Elections: Amid Concerns about Fairness, Outcome is too Close to Call

"Malawians will go to the polls on 20 May 2014 to select their next leaders. In an Afrobarometer1 poll conducted 6 to 8 weeks before the election, Malawians express strong confidence in their ability to vote as they choose, but also concerns abo...

Diehards and Democracy Elites, Inequality and Institutions in African Elections

"Multi-party elections are a salient feature of Africa’s rapidly evolving political landscape. International support for elections is prioritised above all other strategies for consolidating democracy. The legacies of political reform are diverse,...

Popular Trust in National Electoral Commission a Question Mark as Zimbabwe Enters a New Era

As Zimbabwe moves into a new era following its dramatic change in leadership, all eyes will be on the 2018 elections as a referendum on the people’s will and a test of progress toward freedom and fairness in its democratic practices. A central p...

A No -Confidence Vote? Mozambicans still Vote, but Faith in Democracy is Slipping / Um voto de desconfiança? Os Moçambicanos ainda votam, mas a fé na democracia está a diminuir

Since independence in 1975, Mozambique’s history has been marked by deep economic crises, political instability, and widespread human-rights violations. In 1990, after 16 years of civil war between the governing Frente de Libertação de Moçambique ...

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