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How Not To Rig an Election

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How Not To Rig an Election

The National Stakeholders’ Forum on 2011 General Elections tagged “How Not To Rig An Election” was a systemic look at the 2007 elections via a forensic audit of who, what, where, when and how those elections were rigged by CSO, media and political party leaders.
The approach visually mapped the logical framework of the interaction of the various agents that conspired to make the 2007 elections one of the worst elections in our country’s history.


6th March 2011




Department for International Development (DFID)