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Namibia to send observer mission to Zimbabwe

Wed, 17 July 2013 18:50
by Online Reporter
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Namibia will send a delegation of observers to witness the elections in Zimbabwe due on 31 July.
Acting Permanent Secretary, Ambassador Wilbard Hellao announced that the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Peya Mushelenga will lead the Government of Namibia Observer Mission to Zimbabwe.
He said Namibia will also participate in the SADC Electoral Observer Mission (SEOM) to Zimbabwe to be headed by Bernard Membe, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the Republic of Tanzania.
In addition Namibia's Eliphas Ndingara and Agnes Limbo will represent Namibia in the SADC Parliamentary Forum Observer Mission to the Republic of Zimbabwe.
He further states that, Professor Gerhard Tötemeyer, who is a member of the SADC Electoral Advisory Council (SEAC), will serve in that capacity.
SEAC, which was inaugurated in April 2011, is tasked with encouraging adherence to principles and guidelines governing the conduct of elections.