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  Countries: South Africa: Election June 1999

 

BBC Special Election Report
Includes a guide to web resources. http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/special_report/1999/05/99/south_africa_elections/newsid_354000/354153.stm
CNN South Africa Elections Special
Includes an Election Watch, links to related sites. http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/1999/safrican.elections/
Election Resources on the Internet: General Elections in the Republic of South Africa
By Manuel Álvarez-Rivera. Results and election maps for April 14, 2004, June 2, 1999, April 26-29, 1994. "The statistics published here come from reports issued by the Independent Electoral Commission." http://electionresources.org/za/
Independent Electoral Commission
"...a permanent body created by the constitution to promote and safeguard representative democracy in South Africa. Although publicly funded and accountable to Parliament, the commission is independent of the government. Its immediate task is the impartial management of free and fair elections at all government levels." http://www.elections.org.za/
Republic of South Africa, 1994 and 1999 General Elections - by Manuel Álvarez-Rivera.
"The statistics published here come from reports issued by the Independent Electoral Commission." http://electionresources.org/za/
South African Web. Election '99
News, election results, list of all the contesting parties, messages from some party leaders, discussion forum, 1994 election results. From the South African Web site. http://www.saweb.co.za/election/99.html
Sunday Times (Johannesburg) - Election '99
Compare the policies of parties on issues. http://www.suntimes.co.za/online/election/

 




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