Monitoring the Elections in South Africa

Monitoring the Elections in South Africa

On the 26 January 1994, Angela E. V. King, Chief of Mission for UNOMSA (United Nations Observer Mission to South Africa), presented a paper at a Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation seminar. King gave an overview of how the UN perceived the context in which the South African elections were being run in, and what logistics they faced. The following is an edited version of King's paper.


Monitoring the Elections in South Africa
Angela King
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Angela King worked for the United Nations for 38 years and is the former Assistant Secretary-General for gender issues in 1997, remaining in that post until she retired in 2004. She holds a B.A. in history at the University College of the West Indies. She received an MA in educational sociology and administration from the University of London in 1962.

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