Elections 2018

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:
"The Minister of

Commonwealth Guidelines for the Conduct of Election Observation in Member Countries

Revised Commonwealth Guidelines for the Conduct of Election Observation in Member Countries
 
1 Introduction
1.1 The Commonwealth Charter recognises “the inalienable right of individuals to participate in democratic processes, in particular through free and fair elections in shaping the society in which they live”.

Nyanga Post Elections Investigations Report ZHRC Sept 2018

1. INTRODUCTION
The Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC/ Commission) received a complaint involving alleged partisan distribution of Presidential Agricultural Inputs in Nyanga North Constituency Nyanga District in Manicaland Province. This report contains findings of the ZHRC investigation conducted in response to the complaint received.
1.1. The complainant communicated with the ZHRC through the hotline platform to lodge his complaint on alleged partisan distribution of Presidential Inputs.

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

Eminent Persons Observer Mission Report to the Zimbabwe Harmonised Elections 2018

The Zimbabwe Election Commission (ZEC) conducted the 2018 harmonized elections on July 30, 2018. The elections created world-wide interest since these were the first elections where the former contenders, President Robert Mugabe and the late Morgan Tsvangirai were not contesting.
In November, 2017, Zimbabweans from all walks of life supported the removal of former President Robert Mugabe from power through a military supported power transfer.

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