Since 1987, the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) has worked in over 145 countries to advance good governance and democratic rights. Although IFES is not currently engaged in programming in this country, previous work, research and/or other relevant items are highlighted below.
This document, published in 1997 by the Namibia Institute for Democracy, outlines the “The Married Persons Equality Act.” The acts primary goal was to abolish marital power and property law. The act outlines the legality of marriage, divorce, spousal rights to personal property and a minimum legal age to marry. Although not focusing on the electoral system this piece nevertheless is an example of the legislative process and civil society development.