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Title   It's the count that counts: food for thought - reviewing hte pre-election period in Zimbabwe
Author Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum
Edition PDF
Published Harare: ZHRNGO Forum
Year 2005-03-30
Pages 17
Abstract Much of the damage to the democratic process has already been done. The chief culprit, this time around, ahead of violence and the closure of democratic space, is the politicisation of food handouts. If this is not effective, there is a danger that the defective voters' roll, the voting process and vote counting will be manipulated to secure a ZANU (PF) victory.
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