Elections 2018

ZHRC 2018 Harmonised Election Report

The Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) monitored and assessed the 2018 harmonized elections held on the 30th of July 2018. The primary objective was to ensure that the elections were conducted freely and fairly in accordance with national Iegal frameworks, and regional and International lnstruments that advance the observance and respect for human rights and freedoms of all citizens.
 

REPORT OF THE COMMISSION OF INQUIRY INTO THE 1ST OF AUGUST 2018 POST-ELECTION VIOLENCE

The report of the Commission of Inquiry into the 1st of August 2018 Post-Election Violence was published on Tuesday 18th December 2018. 

The Commission was established in terms of the Commissions of Inquiry Act by Presidential Proclamation 6/2018, published in Statutory Instrument 181/2018 dated 14th September. The commissioners were sworn in on 19th September.

The full report can be downloaded below.

COMMISSIONS WATCH 27th November 2018 Commission of Inquiry into Post-Election Violence of 1st August

COMMISSIONS WATCH
27th November 2018
Commission of Inquiry into Post-Election Violence of 1st August 
Veritas notes that when giving evidence before the Commission of Inquiry into Post-Election Violence of 1st August, our Attorney-General, Prince Machaya, was absolutely clear on the correct legal position of  who can deploy the army onto the streets.  He is reported as having said:

STATEMENT BY THE HONOURABLE TETE ANTONIO, HEAD OF THE SADC ELECTORAL OBSERVATION MISSION (SEOM) TO THE 2018 HARMONISED ELECTIONS IN THE REPUBLIC OF ZIMBABWE

STATEMENT
BY
THE HONOURABLE TETE ANTONIO, SECRETARY OF STATE
OF THE MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL RELATIONS OF THE
REPUBLIC OF ANGOLA
AND
HEAD OF THE SADC ELECTORAL OBSERVATION MISSION (SEOM)
TO
THE 2018 HARMONISED ELECTIONS
IN
THE REPUBLIC OF ZIMBABWE
HARARE, 21 JULY, 2018

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