November 16, 2013

Interim Statement on the 2013 Anambra State Governorship Election

The governorship election in Anambra State has progressed without any major hitch, and the people of Anambra State have so far conducted themselves in a peaceful manner. Reports received by the Nigeria Civil Society Election Situation Room from our network of observers throughout Anambra State indicate that security agents were deployed in sufficient numbers in […]

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November 15, 2013

STATEMENT BY CIVIL SOCIETY ELECTION SITUATION ROOM IN RESPECT OF THE GOVERNORSHIP ELECTION IN ANAMBRA STATE HOLDING ON 16TH NOVEMBER 2013

The Civil Society Election Situation Room announces the opening of the Situation Room to observe the 2013 governorship election holding on Saturday, November 16th 2013 in Anambra State. The Situation Room will comprise more than forty civil society organisations who have deployed observers across the entire local government areas of Anambra State. Observers will visit […]

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May 5, 2011

STATEMENT BY CIVIL SOCIETY SITUATION ROOM AHEAD OF SUPPLEMENTARY ELECTIONS IN MBAITOLI, NGOR-OKPALA, ORJI, & OGUTA IN IMO STATE ON 6 MAY 2011

The Civil Society Election Situation Room wishes to underscore the importance of the Supplementary Elections designed to bring to an end the “inconclusive” governorship elections in Imo State. This supplementary election is to take place in four different Local Government Areas on 6 May 2011. They include Mbaitoli, Ngor-Okpala, Oguta and Orji in Owerri North […]

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April 29, 2011

Civil Society Election Situation Room Statement on the April 2011 Elections

The Civil Society Election Situation Room closely followed all three elections held between 9 and 29 April 2011 (and ongoing in the case of Imo State). Although our overall conclusion was that the elections were generally free, fair and credible, there remain contentious results in a few States. The election represents significant improvement over previous […]

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The Civil Society Election Situation Room Statement on Kaduna and Bauchi Elections

The Civil Society Election Situation Room Statement on Kaduna and Bauchi Elections The Civil Society Election Situation Room observed that the postponed gubernatorial and state houses of assembly elections in Bauchi and Kaduna states were largely peaceful. The elections themselves were characterised by the heavy presence of security personnel and low voter turnout in the […]

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April 27, 2011

Civil Society Election Situation Room Statement on April 26 Elections.

The Gubernatorial and State Houses of Assembly elections of 26 April 2011 were another significant step towards the consolidation of democracy in Nigeria. They took place against the background of considerable violence and fears that accompanied the presidential election the previous week. Although in general there was low turnout, reports from Civil Society Election Situation […]

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