By Mwila Nsofu
Southern African Development Community -SADC- Electoral Observation Mission –SEOM- has deployed observers to four regions in the Kingdom of Eswatini.
The purpose of the SEOM deployment is to observe the upcoming General Elections of the Kingdom of Eswatini scheduled for 29th September 2023.
Head of SADC Electoral Observation Mission, ENOCK KAVINDELE says the election of members of the House of Assembly in the Kingdom of Eswatini is in line with the national legal instruments governed by the Constitution of the Kingdom of Eswatini.
Mr. KAVINDELE says this is through a comprehensive set of relevant laws, including the Elections and Boundaries Commission Act, the Voter Registration Act and the Elections Act.
According to a SADC Statement, Mr. KAVINDELE urged all stakeholders involved to ensure that the elections are conducted in a manner that is peaceful, free, fair, transparent, and credible.
He encouraged voters to exercise their democratic right to vote without fear or prejudice by fully participating in the political process and voting in numbers.
Mr. KAVINDELE encouraged the observers to maintain an objective approach and conduct themselves with maturity, diplomatic tact, discretion, and an appreciation for the constitutional and cultural environment of the community.
He emphasised the significance of the role of the observers in the electoral process.
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