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Sokwanele's response to statements made by President Mbeki

Mar 04, 2005 - Comments: 0

President Thabo Mbeki said this week that he has every confidence in Zimbabwe’s ability to hold free and fair elections, and that the country’s new electoral law is the first to adhere to SADC’s principles and guidelines governing democratic elections.

As President, not only of the most powerful nation within the SADC group, but also the nation which chairs the SADC organ on defence, security and politics, and which for this reason is to head the observer mission to Zimbabwe, his comments deserve the most serious attention.

Introducing the SADC Check List

Jan 25, 2005 - Comments: 0

Zimbabwe's parliamentary elections are now a matter of weeks away. The country is in "election mode" with a final decision still awaited from the MDC whether to participate, and all manner of fraud, violence and behind-the-scenes machinations going on in the ZANU (PF) camp as contestants battle it out through their primaries.

Mauritius Watch : Issue 11

Jan 10, 2005 - Comments: 0

"Mauritius Watch" provides a regular and objective, non-partisan assessment of Zimbabwe's compliance with the SADC Protocol - Principles and Guidelines Governing Democratic Elections. This protocol was adopted by SADC leaders in Mauritius on 17th August 2004 and signed by Zimbabwe. In the run-up to the 2005 Parliamentary Elections we note any significant failures to adhere to the SADC standards.

Mauritius Watch : Issue 10

Jan 03, 2005 - Comments: 0

"Mauritius Watch" provides a regular and objective, non-partisan assessment of Zimbabwe's compliance with the SADC Protocol - Principles and Guidelines Governing Democratic Elections. This protocol was adopted by SADC leaders in Mauritius on 17th August 2004 and signed by Zimbabwe. In the run-up to the 2005 Parliamentary Elections we note any significant failures to adhere to the SADC standards.

Mauritius Watch : Issue 9

Dec 20, 2004 - Comments: 0

"Mauritius Watch" provides a regular and objective, non-partisan assessment of Zimbabwe's compliance with the SADC Protocol - Principles and Guidelines Governing Democratic Elections. This protocol was adopted by SADC leaders in Mauritius on 17th August 2004 and signed by Zimbabwe. In the run-up to the 2005 Parliamentary Elections we note any significant failures to adhere to the SADC standards.

Mauritius Watch : Issue 8

Dec 13, 2004 - Comments: 0

"Mauritius Watch" provides a regular and objective, non-partisan assessment of Zimbabwe's compliance with the SADC Protocol - Principles and Guidelines Governing Democratic Elections. This protocol was adopted by SADC leaders in Mauritius on 17th August 2004 and signed by Zimbabwe. In the run-up to the 2005 Parliamentary Elections we note any significant failures to adhere to the SADC standards.

Mauritius Watch : Issue 7

Dec 06, 2004 - Comments: 0

"Mauritius Watch" provides a regular and objective, non-partisan assessment of Zimbabwe's compliance with the SADC Protocol - Principles and Guidelines Governing Democratic Elections. This protocol was adopted by SADC leaders in Mauritius on 17th August 2004 and signed by Zimbabwe. In the run-up to the 2005 Parliamentary Elections we note any significant failures to adhere to the SADC standards.

Mauritius Watch : Issue 6

Nov 29, 2004 - Comments: 0

"Mauritius Watch" provides a regular and objective, non-partisan assessment of Zimbabwe's compliance with the SADC Protocol - Principles and Guidelines Governing Democratic Elections. This protocol was adopted by SADC leaders in Mauritius on 17th August 2004 and signed by Zimbabwe. In the run-up to the 2005 Parliamentary Elections we note any significant failures to adhere to the SADC standards.

Mauritius Watch : Issue 5

Nov 22, 2004 - Comments: 0

"Mauritius Watch" provides a regular and objective, non-partisan assessment of Zimbabwe's compliance with the SADC Protocol - Principles and Guidelines Governing Democratic Elections. This protocol was adopted by SADC leaders in Mauritius on 17th August 2004 and signed by Zimbabwe. In the run-up to the 2005 Parliamentary Elections we note any significant failures to adhere to the SADC standards.

Mauritius Watch : Issue 4

Nov 15, 2004 - Comments: 0

"Mauritius Watch" provides a regular and objective, non-partisan assessment of Zimbabwe's compliance with the SADC Protocol - Principles and Guidelines Governing Democratic Elections. This protocol was adopted by SADC leaders in Mauritius on 17th August 2004 and signed by Zimbabwe. In the run-up to the 2005 Parliamentary Elections we note any significant failures to adhere to the SADC standards.

Mauritius Watch : Issue 3

Nov 09, 2004 - Comments: 0

"Mauritius Watch" provides a regular and objective, non-partisan assessment of Zimbabwe's compliance with the SADC Protocol - Principles and Guidelines Governing Democratic Elections. This protocol was adopted by SADC leaders in Mauritius on 17th August 2004 and signed by Zimbabwe. In the run-up to the 2005 Parliamentary Elections we note any significant failures to adhere to the SADC standards.

Mauritius Watch : Issue 2

Nov 01, 2004 - Comments: 0

"Mauritius Watch" provides a regular and objective, non-partisan assessment of Zimbabwe's compliance with the SADC Protocol - Principles and Guidelines Governing Democratic Elections. This protocol was adopted by SADC leaders in Mauritius on 17th August 2004 and signed by Zimbabwe. In the run-up to the 2005 Parliamentary Elections we note any significant failures to adhere to the SADC standards.

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