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Elections to the Constitutional Commission in Seychelles, 23–26 July 1992

The Report of the Commonwealth Observer Group

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Issues of Concern

The election threw up a number of issues which by their very nature bore directly on the ultimate freeness and fairness of the entire process. Some were of the sort to be expected in any competitive election; others reflected the peculiarities of Seychelles, the great majority arising from the fact that the election itself was part of a wider process involving a transition from many years of one-party rule to multi-party pluralism. It is also only fair to add that most of these issues seemed to weigh more heavily with the opposition parties who invariably raised them with us in the clear expectation that our intervention with the authorities would help to resolve them.

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