The Southern African Development Community (SADC) representatives have flown off to Namibia to observe the upcoming Presidential and National Assembly elections and ensure they are conducted in a peaceful, free, and transparent manner.
The major political event in the country is scheduled for November 27.
53 specialists from all of the SADC states will be deployed at 14 regions across Namibia.
“As SADC, we look forward to an electoral process that adheres to democratic values and principles envisioned in our SADC Treaty, the Protocol of Politics, Defence and Security Cooperation; and the revised SADC Principles and Guidelines Governing Democratic Elections (2015),” Cde Muchinguri-Kashiri said during the mission launch.
Upon finishing the polls, the experts will present their in-depth analysis with opinions on what has been done well and what sides would further need an upgrade.