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Namibia: fesmedia Africa, IPPR and ECN launch an electoral procedures bulletin

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electoral procedures bulletin

Compiled by Institute for public Policy Research(IPPR), Electoral commission of Namibia (ECN)and fesmedia Africa, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES)
the trio collaborated to run a survey on frequently asked questions (FAQs) by the public on electoral procedures. The questions and answers which cover: 1. basic voting procedures, 2. the use of electronic voting machines, 3. the role of the ECN, parties and observers, and 4. how votes will be counted and announced, have been compiled in the IPPR Bulletin Election Watch supported by the European Union. Download/View Publication (PDF)


Media and civil society say never again to another Black Wednesday.

Compiled and written by Collin Nxumalo, independant writer and consulting editor
He talks about the media freedom currently held in African countries upon commemorating 20  years of media freedom celebration Download/View Publication (PDF)