Preventing Electoral Fraud in Zimbabwe: A Report on the Voters' Roll in Zimbabwe

Jun 01, 2011

Have you ever heard of a voters’ roll with large numbers of 110-year-olds on it, all born on the same day? Or a small African country whose electorate contains more than 40,000 centenarians – and not a few child voters, some of them as young as two-years-old?...Welcome to the Alice-in-Wonderland world of the Zimbabwean voters’ roll.” The Zimbabwean voters’ roll, as it stood in October 2010, has been analysed for the first time by Professor R W Johnson in a ground-breaking report. This report, entitled Preventing Electoral Fraud in Zimbabwe, has been published by the Institute and is now available here.

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