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    • THE 2005 PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION. FLAWED, UNFREE AND UNFAIR! 

      NATIONAL CONSTITUTIONAL ASSEMBLY (NCA) (NATIONAL CONSTITUTIONAL ASSEMBLY (NCA), 2005-04)
      THIS REPORT COVERS ALL THE REPORTS RECEIVED BY THE NCA DURING THE PRE ELECTION PERIOD (FEBRUARY AND MARCH 2005), THESE BEING FROM ALL PROVINCES EXCEPT MANICALAND COVERING 105 CONSTITUENCIES. A TOTAL OF 383 REPORTS WERE ...
    • African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance 

      African Union (2007-01)
      The Charter seeks to entrench in the Continent a political culture of change of power based on the holding of regular, free, fair and transparent elections conducted by competent, independent and impartial national electoral ...
    • African Union guide elections 

      African Union (2002-07)
      The principles are divided between the responsibilities of member states and the rights and obligations under which democratic elections must be held.
    • All Over Again : Human Rights Abuses and Flawed Electoral Conditions in Zimbabwe’s Coming General Elections 

      Human Rights Watch (Human Rights Watch, 2008-03)
      On March 29, 2008, Zimbabweans will participate in presidential, parliamentary, senatorial, and local government elections synchronized for the first time, following changes to Zimbabwe’s constitution in September 2007. ...
    • Audit of June 2013 Voters' Roll 16 July 2013 

      Research and Advocacy unit (RAU) (Research and Advocacy unit (RAU), 2013-07)
      This is the second report on an audit of the June 2013 Voters’ Roll. It expands on the previous report, provides a more detailed analysis of the Roll, and corrects a number of minor errors.
    • Beating your opposition:Torture during the 2002 Presidential campaign in Zimbabwe. 

      AMANI TRUST (AMANI TRUST, 2002-06)
      State organized violence increased following the rejection of the Government sponsored constitution in the referendum at the beginning 2000. The violence was initially sporadic and confined to one or two areas at a time ...
    • Bikita West By election REPORT 

      Heal Zimbabwe (Heal Zimbabwe, 2017-01)
      Heal Zimbabwe monitored the electoral environment and the 21 January 2017 by election in Bikita West. To increase efficiency and effectiveness in doing so, a collaboration with the Elections Resource Centre (ERC) and the ...
    • Bikita West By Elections Report 

      Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission, 2017-01)
      Report on the Bikita By-Election
    • BIOMETRIC VOTER REGISTRATION UPDATE NUMBER 21 

      ZESN (ZESN, 2017-09)
      The Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) welcomes the commencement of the Biometric Voter Registration exercise at the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) district offices. The rolling out of the registration exercise ...
    • “Bullets for Each of You” State-Sponsored Violence since Zimbabwe’s March 29 Elections 

      Human Rights Watch (Human Rights Watch, 2008-06)
      This report, based on investigations in Zimbabwe, describes the scale of the abuses and identifies those responsible—officials from ZANU-PF, often working through proxy forces of so-called war veterans and youth militia, ...
    • BVR Human Rights Violations Report 

      Heal Zimbabwe (Heal Zimbabwe, 2018-02)
      Heal Zimbabwe through its resident human rights monitors in all the country’s 10 provinces monitored the environment during the mobile voter registration exercise. This was done with the objective of monitoring the environment ...
    • BVR UPDATE NUMBER 10 

      ZESN (ZESN, 2017-11)
      The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) concluded phase 2 of the Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) blitz on Monday 13 November 2017. Phase 3 of the blitz commenced yesterday, 16 November 2017 and was marred by a few ...
    • BVR UPDATE NUMBER 11 

      ZESN (ZESN, 2017-11)
      The Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) continues to observe Phase 3 of the Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) exercise which commenced on, 16 November 2017 and will end on 1 December 2017.
    • BVR Update Number 12 

      ZESN (ZESN, 2017-12)
      ZESN continues to observe the (Biometric Voter Registration) BVR blitz which entered the fourth and last phase on 4 December until 19 December 2017. At the conclusion of Phase 3, ZEC indicated that a total of 3,532,577 had ...
    • BVR Update Number 13 

      ZESN (ZESN, 2015-12)
      ZESN received reports of a significant number of voter registration centres that ran out of the print roll used for issuing voter registration slips to successful registrants.
    • BVR Update Number 14 

      ZESN (ZESN, 2017-12)
      This update is based on observations made during the last 7 days of the blitz and is informed by reports from ZESN static and mobile observer teams.
    • BVR Update Number 15 

      ZESN (ZESN, 2018-01)
      The Biometric Voter registration (BVR) Blitz which commenced on 10 October 2017 came to an end on 19 December 2017. Following pleas by electoral stakeholders, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) announced that a mop ...
    • BVR Update Number 16 

      ZESN (ZESN, 2018-01)
      The following are highlights of reports from ZESN’s mobile and static observers that have been deployed to some of the registration centers countrywide.
    • BVR Update Number 17 

      ZESN (ZESN, 2018-01)
      This update is based on reports from ZESN’s mobile and static observers who have been deployed at selected registration centres countrywide.
    • BVR Update Number 18 

      ZESN (2018-02)
      This update is based on reports from ZESN’s mobile and static observers who have been deployed at selected mop up, district and provincial registration centres countrywide.