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Electoral Supervisory Commission

Zimbabwe Electoral Commission

Zimbabwe Electoral Commission

Diocese of Manicaland


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Woolwich Area Mission Team - Who we are - The Diocese of Southwark

southwark.anglican.org [cached]

The Bishop of Manicaland, Bishop Peter Hatendi, is currently trying to establish a Diocesan base in Mutare notwithstanding the continuing difficulties presented by his immediate predecessor who was deposed by the Church of the Province of central Africa.

The Zimbabwe Situation

www.zimbabwesituation.com [cached]

Bishop Peter Hatendi said there was not enough voter education prior to the elections.

"Strictly speaking, the election machinery was in gear only a month before the elections, which is definitely not good enough.I even queried if the commission owned the elections," said Hatendi, who resigned from the ESC citing lack of independence.
sign of lack of voter education," Hatendi said.
His comments were supported by the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Humans Rights

Zimbabwe Democracy Trust

www.zimbabwedemocracytrust.org [cached]

On February 3 the Anglican bishop of Harare, Peter Hatendi, resigned as chairman of the Electoral Supervisory Commission.The government had, he claimed, refused to pay any heed to his demands that registration be taken away from the Registrar-General who, he said lacks any credibility, and that the election be delayed until after June in order to allow a new register to be drawn up.Moreover, he pointed out, the ESC had not been given anything like the budget required to monitor the election.In addition, there are real fears that the fuel crisis will have grave practical implications for the logistics of the election.

Such considerations led the powerful justice minister, Emmerson Mnangagwa, to announce in late December that the election would have to be delayed.The president immediately countermanded him, insisting that the election would go ahead in March, a date later shifted to the second week of April.At the time, Mugabe's urgent insistence on an early election seemed motivated by a wish to get the election over before the economic crisis worsened and further boosted the burgeoning MDC.The arguments for a delayed election are being heard again following the referendum defeat.

When Anglican Bishop Peter ...

www.changezimbabwe.com [cached]

When Anglican Bishop Peter Hatendi was the chairman of ZEC, tasked with tunning and monitoring elections, he accredited thousands of monitors and sent them into the country to monitor and report back to him.

In his creative monitoring, he also used his influence with the churches to get church organisations to participate in the monitoring.
Now we have a judge as the chairman of ZEC and she is working with an enhanced Act which also gives her the added role of supervising the voter registration.
She has no plan in place two months befote the election, inspite on many complaints which have already been brought to her about how the last voter registration exercise not being conducted fairly or transparently enough.
So far she has not said whether she is personally going to visit each ward around the country, or how she is going to ensure that the voter registration complies with requirements for it to be impartial and to allow anyone who wants to vote to be registered.

Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA) - CAPA Provinces

www.capa-hq.org [cached]

Bishop Peter Hatendi: Diocese of Manicaland farirai21@yahoo.com

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