Election Talk newsletters

Most of the Election Talk newsletters can be downloaded as PDF files or ordered in hard copy – R10.

  • No 27, October 2005: Tanzania: Constitutional and Legal Framework, The Institutional Context of Elections in Tanzania, Delimitation of Constituencies for the 2005 Elections in the United Republic of Tanzania and Zanzibar, Tanzania’s Electoral Management Bodies, The Tanzanian Electoral System.
  • No 26, October 2005: Announcement of the Overall Results in the 2005 Mauritius Elections, Post Election Disputes in the 2005 Mauritius Elections, Mauritius: The 2005 Election Aftermath, Why Do We Observe Elections? The Mauritius Experience 2005.
  • No 25, September 2005: Secrecy of the Ballot in Mauritius, Vote Counting in the 2005 Mauritius Elections, Polling Stations in the 2005 Mauritius Elections, Elections Materials and Counting During the 2005 Elections in Mauritius.
  • No 24, July 2005: The Use of Public Resources in the 2005 Mauritius Elections, Political Violence and Intimidation – Mauritius Elections 2005, Civic and Voter Education in Mauritius: A case of Convenience?, Delimitation in Mauritius.
  • No 23, June 2005: The Forthcoming Election in Mauritius, 2005, Registration of Political Parties in the Mauritius 2005 Election, Voter Registration in Mauritius,Mauritius: Campaign Process, Media in Mauritius.
  • No 22, June 2005: Zimbabwe’s Parliamentary Election 2005: Announcement of Results, Where to for Election Observers in the Wake of the Zimbabwe 2005 Parliamentary Elections?, Reflections on Zimbabwe’s 2005 Parliamentary Elections.
  • No 21, May 2005: Was the Secrecy of the Ballot Respected during the 2005 Parliamentary Elections (in Zimbabwe)?, Vote Counting in the 2005 Zimbabwe Elections, Polling Stations (in Zimbabwe 2005), Election Material: Ballot Boxes and Ballot Papers in Zimbabwe.
  • No 20, May 2005: Democratising Access to the Media in the 2005 Elections in Zimbabwe, Political Violence and Intimidation in Zimbabwe’s 2005 Parliamentary elections, Use of Public Resources in 2005 Zimbabwe Parliamentary Elections.
  • No 19, March 2005: Nomination of candidates and the 2005 Zimbabwe parliamentary elections, Voter registration (in Zimbabwe), Delimitation of electoral boundaries (in Zimbabwe), primary elections in Zimbabwe.
  • No 18, February 2005: Zimbabwe’s Constitutional & Legal Framework (II), Elections and Conflict (in Zimbabwe), Management of Elections in Zimbabwe, The Zimbabwe Electoral System and Imperatives for Reforms.
  • No 17, February 2005: Zimbabwe’s Constitutional & Legal Framework (I).
  • No 16, October 2004: Botswana’s main opposition parties boycott the All-Party Conference, Party-government relations in postelection Malawi, Mozambique: A lesson not to be forgotten, will SWAPO win the forthcoming election in Namibia?
  • No 15, August 2004: Delimitation of constituencies and demarcation of polling districts in Botswana, Not all is well between president and party in Malawi: Election post-mortem, Gender and representation at the local government level in Namibia, The role of civil society organisations during elections in Mozambique.
  • No 14, July 2004: Namibia’s local government elections: implications for the General Election, Review of the updating of the voters’ roll ahead of the general election in Mozambique, Malawi 2004 general election: post mortem and aftermath, Botswana 2004 election: political parties’ manifestos and policies.
  • No 13, May 2004: Political violence and intimidation, Sofala: a cause for concern?, Civil society and the electoral process in Malawi, Voter turnout in Namibia 1989-1999, The role of political rallies in Botswana’s electoral process.
  • No 12, April 2004: Malawi’s “bogus” voter statistics, Voter education in Botswana: towards 2004 General Elections, Tension-ridden election campaign in Mozambique, Political heat intensifies as Namibian elections loom.
  • No 11, March 2004: Malawi ‘s presidential race underway, The impact of parliament expansion on the electoral process in Botswana, Disputes over land distribution ahead of the Namibian election, Delays in the electoral legislation revisions ahead of Mozambique’s elections.
  • No 10, March 2004: Botswana’s 2004 election campaign process, Malawi: courts and the 2004 Elections, Namibia’s dominant party system, Mozambique: use of state resources and post election battles in Beira.
  • No 9, February 2004: Can the Mozambican miracle survive the scenario of forced co-habitation?, Namibia’s third delimitation commission, Botswana’s electoral politics in 2004.
  • No 8, February 2004: Background to Botswana’s forthcoming 2004 election, The Malawi general Election: Focus on Registration, Prospects for more transparency in Mozambique’s 2004 elections.

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