3 edition of Report on post election review and prospects for electoral reform in Zimbabwe found in the catalog.
Report on post election review and prospects for electoral reform in Zimbabwe
ZESN/EISA Electoral Reforms Conference (2009 Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe)
|Other titles||Post election review and prospects for electoral reform in Zimbabwe, Promoting democratic elections in Zimbabwe, Post election review & prospects for electoral reform in Zimbabwe|
|Contributions||Zimbabwe Election Support Network, Electoral Institute of Southern Africa|
|LC Classifications||JQ2929.A5 Z47 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||55 p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||2010323321|
The Threat of “Normalising” Authoritarian Rule in Zimbabwe. By Brian Raftopoulos. Since the end of the Global Political Agreement (GPA) in , a SADC facilitated settlement that sought to move Zimbabwe out of the legitimacy crisis of the widely discredited elections of , Mugabe’s Zanu PF has been battling to find ways to re-engage Western Governments and the international financial. In spite these challenges, Nigeria’s third national elections since the country returned to democratic rule were held on April 14 , with widespread election malpractice a fact affirmed by the elected President Yar’adua (late) in his inaugural speech and promised to undertake an electoral reform (Africa Report No. , March
Abstract. Elections abound in Africa. In the decade –, 44 elections were conducted in sub-Saharan Africa, and from to , 26 presidential and 28 parliamentary elections were held on the continent (UNECA, 17).Author: Said Adejumobi. The Electoral Integrity Project focuses on why elections fails and what can be done about this. The Project is an independent academic study with a research team based at the Department of Government and International Relations at the University of Sydney and the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
Transition and reform appear stalemated in Zimbabwe. Pro-found deficits remain in implementation of the Global Po-litical Agreement (GPA) signed by Zimbabwe’s three main political parties in September Prospects are remote for engaging core security a nd law-and-order concerns be-fore elections that are anticipated within twenty months. This chapter establishes the relationship between state fragility and the country’s Mixed Member Proportional (MMP) electoral system. The MMP was introduced as a conflict management mechanism but was exploited by political actors, in the election, at two levels: the procedural and the behavioural : Oscar Gakuo Mwangi.
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A post-election review report analyses what worked well, what did not and why. It may cover every aspect of the electoral system, processes, and management structures and capabilities, and is better if it is based on the analysts’ direct experiences of the electoral event, not just an examination of the records.
EISA held a conference under the theme "Post Election Review and Prospects for Electoral Reform in Zimbabwe" at the Elephant Hills Hotel on April in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.
The overall goal of this post-election workshop was to unravel the challenges facing Zimbabwe in respect of election management and to propose appropriate reform measures. ELECTORAL experts have said Zimbabwe must urgently create an independent election management body that excludes the Registrar-General (RG)'s office in the running of polls.
"The report summarises the main findings of the EISA mission and makes appropriate recommendations to the relevant election stakeholders in Tanzania, with a view to improving the electoral process and triggering subsequent reforms.
When to call black white: Zimbabwe's electoral reports. The second section of the article examines the specifics of electoral reform.
I argue that while there has been a positive impact in. EISA Election Observer Mission Report The Zimbabwe harmonised elections of 29 March Presidential, parliamentary and local government elections with postscript on the presidential run-off of 27 June and the Multi-Party agreement of 15 September 2.
Cambridge Core - Political Sociology - Strengthening Electoral Integrity - by Pippa NorrisCited by: 4. and Zimbabwe December Gratis CP 15 Dialogue On Political Parties And Governance In The SADC Region: Angola, Botswana, DRC, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania and Zambia.
April Gratis CP 16 Lesotho’s General Election: Towards a Constructive Management of Post-Election Disputes, September Gratis CO The International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) supports citizens’ rights to participate in free and fair elections.
Our independent expertise strengthens electoral systems and builds local capacity to deliver sustainable solutions. 4 The electoral system and political parties 19 5 Concentration of power and abuse of the rule of law 21 6 Local self-governance and the devolution of power 24 Conclusion and recommendations 26 Part II Kenya: Democracy and Political Participation Main Report 29 Executive summary 31 A.
Introduction 31 B. The socio-political context 31 Size: 1MB. Instead, the UK’s legacy of single-party majority government (notwithstanding the fact that this situation has applied for just two of the last nine years) has led to parties and journalists alike avoiding such questions.
This, in turn, risks leaving the public ill-informed about the real prospects post-election. Continue reading →. This article examines the crucial issue of post-election conflict resolution in Africa’s ‘new’ democracies.
Specific attention is devoted to core mechanisms evolved to address electoral corruption and attendant conflicts, notably constitutional frameworks for electoral justice, power-sharing devices, and electoral reform initiatives. In the words of Dennis Kadima, citing the success of the National Rainbow Coalition (NARC) coalition inKenya ‘ has become Africa’s model of how opposition parties can succeed in replacing an entrenched ruling party and access power by building a vibrant and diverse electoral coalition’.
Denis Kadima’s edited book The Politics of Party Coalitions in Africa (EISA, ) is a must. sequences of a particular electoral system and the interests of the wider politi-cal system. Consequently, while recognizing the practical constraints, we attempt to approach the issue of electoral system choices discussed in this hand-book in as broad and comprehensive a manner as possible.
Size: 1MB. The Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) joins Zimbabwe and the rest of the world in celebrating this year’s edition of the Workers’ Day being held at. President Emmerson Mnangagwa has the chance to embark on a much-needed process of economic and governance reform in Zimbabwe.
The military’s role in the political transition casts a shadow on the road to credible elections, which remain a priority if his government is.
The NEC used the consultations as part of the electoral reform drive. The consultations are bordering on the NEC General Administration, Voter Registration, Electoral Justice, and Constitutional. Series Theme: Elections, Democracy and Autocracy Elections, Democracy and Autocracy is a new book series designed for researchers, teachers, students of political science and practitioners that deals with the quality of elections, how and why electoral contests fall short of international standards, and the implications of flawed elections for democracy and autocracy.
PROECT TOPIC: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF ELECTION LAWS IN NIGERIA includes abstract and chapter one, complete project material available A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF ELECTION LAWS IN NIGERIA The electoral process is a total process that includes registration of voters, identifying the political parties to be voted for, voting, counting of votes, and declaration of election results.
Algeria. Final Report: People’s National Assembly Elections in Algeria This report is offered in the spirit of cooperation and assistance to indicate several areas in which positive progress has been made as well as some areas in which the conduct of elections and their democratic context could be further improved.
The report makes a number of key recommendations for the. CHAPTER THREE IMPERATIVES FOR ELECTORAL REFORM INTRODUCTION In the context of a weak electoral body, a perverted electoral process and undemocratic political parties, the stage is set for flawed elections.
Thus, the and elections, like virtually all the preceding elections in Nigeria’s post-colonial history, were classic cases of electoral fraud.Electoral reform is change in electoral systems to improve how public desires are expressed in election results.
That can include reforms of: Voting systems, such as proportional representation, a two-round system (runoff voting), instant-runoff voting, Instant Round Robin Voting called Condorcet Voting, range voting, approval voting, citizen initiatives and referendums and recall elections.The Nigerian General Elections 83 the electoral process will reassure losers of the possibility of victory in future elections, and in this way, will transform politics into a game –Author: Nkwachukwu Orji.