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Commonwealth observers call for violence-free polls in Lesotho

21 May 2012

Commonwealth observers for the 26 May 2012 elections in Lesotho have called on all stakeholders in the process to act responsibly and shun violence in the lead up to, during and after the polls.

Commonwealth Secretary-General speaks on Belize visit

18 May 2012

Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma's departure statement following a three-day visit to Belize from 15 to 18 May where he met with Belize Prime Minister Dean Barrow.

Commonwealth Secretariat to co-host conference for heads of anti-corruption agencies

15 May 2012

Anti-corruption agencies from all 19 Commonwealth African countries will share strategies and innovative solutions in tackling corruption at a conference in Livingstone, Zambia, from 21 to 25 May.

Commission of National Inquiry strengthened in Maldives

15 May 2012

Departure Statement by Sir Donald McKinnon, Commonwealth Special Envoy to Maldives

Commonwealth to observe parliamentary elections in Lesotho

14 May 2012

Former Malawian President Bakili Muluzi to lead Commonwealth Observer Group

Commonwealth Secretary-General congratulates The Bahamas’ new Prime Minister

11 May 2012

Kamalesh Sharma said he looked forward to working with Perry Gladstone Christie and his government

Commonwealth assists Sri Lankan garment makers to showcase products in UK

10 May 2012

A group of small scale garment manufacturers from Sri Lanka are in the United Kingdom for a five-day mission to explore market opportunities for their products.

Mozambican President visits Commonwealth Secretariat

9 May 2012

President Armando Guebuza of Mozambique called on Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma at the Commonwealth Secretariat in London on Wednesday, 9 May 2012.

Commonwealth forum for governing and opposition parties opens in Tanzania

7 May 2012

Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General Mmasekgoa Masire-Mwamba, former Ghana President Jerry Rawlings and National Assembly Speakers from Rwanda and Uganda among speakers on strengthening democratic culture in 54-member Commonwealth

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