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Title   Of Stuffed Ballots and Empty Stomachs: Reviewing Zimbabwe’s 2005 Parliamentary Election and Post- Election Period
Author Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum
Edition PDF
Published Harare: ZHR NGO Forum
Year 2005-07-31
Pages 45
Abstract Final report which analyses the parliamentary election which held on 31 March 2005 in Zimbabwe. It also looks at the incident-packed post election period in the country. Among other things it looks at "Whether the Election was Fair", "The Role Played By Traditional Leaders in Exacting Reprisals", "Evictions and Expulsions", "Denying Food Aid To Suspected Opposition supporters".
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