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Opposition Zimbabwe to court in order to election

HARARE – The Zimbabwean opposition to the Constitutional Court and stepped to the outcome of the presidential election to fight. “We have our rechtbankdocumenten successfully submitted”, said the main opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa.

Opposition Leader Nelson Chamisa

The Zimbabwean electoral commission has a sitting president Emmerson Mnangagwa declared the winner of the election. He received 50.8 per cent of the votes, just enough to avoid a second election. The opposition relies, and thinks that is susceptible to fraud.

The run-up to the elections was relatively peaceful. Mnangagwa had fair elections promised after the departure of his predecessor, Robert Mugabe. After the ballot, hit the flame still in the pan. There were six deaths during protests. The opposition eventually lost both the presidential as the parlementsverkiezing.

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