Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN)

The Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) is a network of 30 independent, non-partisan non-governmental organizations that have been observing all aspects of the electoral process in Zimbabwe since 2000.

Its vision is a Zimbabwe where a democratic electoral environment and democratic processes are held. The organisation has also been observing elections in other countries and deriving best practices for electoral reforms.

Over the years, observation of electoral processes by ZESN has contributed immensely towards instilling confidence, deterring electoral fraud and providing independent findings to various stakeholders. ZESN reports have thus been used and referred to by many as sources of reliable and credible information.

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