Monitoring Report Week Ended June 15

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Taking into account the period under review, that is 1 – 15 June, most of the cases in respect of violations were reported in Harare with 20 violations. The capital, Harare, surpassed all other provinces, emblematic in Manicaland and Mashonaland East which recorded 16 and 12 violations respectively. This is not a good precedent taking into cognisance the looming dates of elections thereby compromising the means upon which a free, fair and credible election can be guaranteed as stipulated in regional and continental national election guidelines, that is SADC and AU principles.

Source: Zimbabwe Peace Project

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