WANEP’s Next Strategic Direction: 2015 - 2020

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1 “Much progress has been made in the continent in terms of holding regular elections. However, despite this progress, the threat of electoral violence is still very much alive.” - Khabele Matlosa, Director for Political Affairs WANEP 1114
2 “I am confident that WANEP will also provide a channel through which the Observation Missions and the Situation Room could access any relevant information that will support their work for the interest and benefit of Ghana Democracy.” - Ms Evans-Klock, UN WANEP 1410
3 “I am fully convinced that the output of the Election Situational Monitoring, Analysis and Mitigation Project, that we are assembled here to launch, will play a very critical role in our collective efforts at identifying and rapidly addressing any issues WANEP 389
4 “It is our collective responsibility to make democratic dispensation work. KAIPTC is ever ready to partner with WANEP because the two organizations have similar principles such as the rule of law, accountability, fairness and equity.”- Maj Gen O. B. Akwa, WANEP 1435
5 “…Today there is an unfolding paradigm shift in the approach to elections and electioneering processes. A few years ago, politics and elections were seen as the sole preserve of political actors and gladiators; the State and Government agencies but today, WANEP 493
6 “It is axiomatic that violent conflict in the sense of wars and hostility can hardly achieve what peace can. The forces of peace can rule over ignorance and superstition; over illiteracy and immorality; over poverty and government oppression; only peace c WANEP 1354
7 “It is in our collective interest as leaders to ensure that our parties disband all groups whose existence has adverse security implications on the upcoming general elections.” - Honourable Prosper Bani, Ghana Minister for Interior WANEP 505
8 “I have confidence in the people of this country, who, more than once, have demonstrated their commitment to democracy and peace, and have on many occasions confirmed Ghana's reputation for holding truly democratic elections.”- Dr. Ibn Chambas, Special Re WANEP 516