By Online Desk |  1 month ago | top
The SADC Electoral Advisory Council (SEAC) yesterday concluded its pre-election assessment mission and a report on the findings is scheduled to be released in two weeks.
The SEAC mission, led by its chairperson Judge Ticheme Dlamini and deputy chairperson advocate Nothemba Tjipueja, held several meetings with various stakeholders to assess Zimbabwe’s preparedness to hold the forthcoming harmonised elections.
These meetings included government departments, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC), political parties, civil society organisations, traditional leaders, media houses and media organisations, SADC ambassadors accredited to Zimbabwe, and the leadership of the United Nations and the European Union delegation in Zimbabwe.
Justice Dlamini told the media that the mission had been successful.
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