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eBook Southern Rhodesia: Independence Elections, 1980 (Command 7935) ePub
Author: Sir John Boynton
Language: English
ISBN: 0101793502
ISBN13: 978-0101793506
Publisher: Stationery Office Books (July 1980)
Pages: 108
Category: Politics & Government
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 331
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ePub file: 1338 kb
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General elections were held in Southern Rhodesia in February 1980 to elect a government which would govern the country after it was granted internationally recognised independence as Zimbabwe.

General elections were held in Southern Rhodesia in February 1980 to elect a government which would govern the country after it was granted internationally recognised independence as Zimbabwe, in accordance with the conclusions of the Lancaster House Agreement. The result was a victory for ZANU, which won 57 of the 100 seats. Its leader, Robert Mugabe became the first Prime Minister of Zimbabwe when the country officially became independent from the United Kingdom in April.

Sir John Robert Chancellor. Southern Rhodesia then remained a de jure British colony until 1980 Part of a series on the. Southern Rhodesia then remained a de jure British colony until 1980. However, the white-minority government issued a Unilateral Declaration of Independence (UDI) in 1965 and established Rhodesia, an unrecognised state. In 1979, it reconstituted itself under indigenous African rule as Zimbabwe Rhodesia, which also failed to win overseas recognition Part of a series on the.

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Sir John Boynton, MC: Southern Rhodesia independence elections 1980, Cm. This study of the February 1980 Zimbabwe elections which preceded Independence is not so much concerned with the administrative conduct of the elections, nor the charges of manipulation

Sir John Boynton, MC: Southern Rhodesia independence elections 1980, Cmd. 7935 (HMSO, London, 1980), p. 12. 5. Report of Commonwealth Obser ver Group, pp. 31–33, 3. This study of the February 1980 Zimbabwe elections which preceded Independence is not so much concerned with the administrative conduct of the elections, nor the charges of manipulation. Rather it seeks to explore the results, the campaigning and the whole background leading up to the elections for what these events tell us about the character of Zimbabwe's African politics, so long submerged.

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Report of the Election Commissioner Sir John Boynton, MC, 1980. Independence Elections 1980. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office. Unconventional Diplomacy in Southern Africa. New York: S. artin’s Press. Rice, Susan Elizabeth, 1990.

General elections were held in Southern Rhodesia in February 1980 to elect a government which would govern the country after it was granted internationally recognised independence as Zimbabwe, in accordance with. The result was a victory for ZANU. Comparatively little interest was shown in the election for the 20 white roll seats, partly because those elected were unlikely to have much influence in the independent Zimbabwe, but mostly because all seats were expected to be won easily by the Rhodesian Front under Ian Smith.

The British colony of Southern Rhodesia became part of the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland in 1953. A new constitution was finally agreed by all parties in 1979 and independence achieved in 1980. The Zimbabwe African People's Union, ZAPU, was banned in 1962. The racial segregationist Rhodesian Front, RF, was elected into power that same year. Following a violent election campaign, Mugabe was elected Prime Minister. Political unrest in Matabeleland resulted in Mugabe banning ZAPU-PF and many of its members were arrested. Mugabe announced plans for a one-party state in 1985.

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