Reports

BRIEF ON CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF ZAMBIA

Read here a Brief on the Constitutional Court of Zambia | Lusaka: August, 2016 | Zambia Election Information Centre (ZEIC) and Law Association of Zambia (LAZ)

PRESS STATEMENT

Press Statement on Election Day | Lusaka: Friday, August 12, 2016 | Noon | Zambia Election Information Centre (ZEIC)

PRESS STATEMENT

Press Statement on Election Day | Lusaka: Thursday, August 11, 2016 | 10:00 am | Zambia Election Information Centre (ZEIC)

PRE-ELECTION REPORT

CITIZENS REPORT BY ZEIC COUNCIL OF ELDERS ON THE EVE OF THE 11TH AUGUST 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS
Lusaka: Wednesday, August 10, 2016

PRE-ELECTION REPORT (SUMMARY)

PRESS STATEMENT BY ZEIC COUNCIL OF ELDERS ON THE EVE OF THE 11TH AUGUST 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS
Lusaka: Wednesday, August 10, 2016

 

ZEIC WEEKLY REPORTS

In the weeks preceding the general election, ZEIC produced weekly reports that analyzed social media content in Zambia in order to alert stakeholders to issues that were concerning voters.

Introduction

Zambia will hold tripartite elections in less than 14 days and all eyes are on the Electoral Commission of Zambia as people assess how prepared the country really is to hold a successful, free and fair election.

Introduction

Zambia will hold tripartite elections in less than 30 days and all eyes are on the Electoral Commission of Zambia as people assess how prepared the country really is to hold a successful, free and fair election.

Introduction

Elections are processes that have the following key components, campaign period, Election Day, ballot counting, announcement of results, declaring of the winners, and in some instances presentation of complaints regarding the election outcome.

Introduction

This report presents the second of a weekly round-up of reports that we will be sharing , which vividly highlight what is happening across the country as the election period unfolds. The report provides information obtained through careful and detailed analysis of reports sent in by credible election observers and citizens from across Zambia.

Introduction

One of the most important rights of Zambian citizens is the right to vote. It is a right that cannot be denied, regardless of race, religion, sex or disability and is guaranteed that every citizen of Zambia will receive equal treatment under the law and not be deprived of their rights without due process.

Introduction

With the complexities that come with holding tripartite elections, it has become essential to find viable means of improving the quality of elections and facilitating for real time corrective action to challenges as they occur before, during and after elections.

Introduction

This report is a weekly collation of issues emerging from our citizen engagement platforms. The report vividly highlights what is happening across the country as experienced or witnessed by citizens and by observers deployed on the ground by ZEIC and its partners. This information is verified, validated and analyzed by a qualified team of analysts for purposes of aggregating the data received.

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