HARARE – The Zimbabwean opposition leader Nelson Chamisa refuses to put up with his elections.. He proposes a “legitimate claim” to have on the leadership of his country.
The Zimbabwean opposition leader Nelson Chamisa refuses to put up with his elections..
The constitutional court of Zimbabwe has on Friday ruled that has not been proven that sitting president Emmerson Mnangagwa fraudulent elections in July has won. Chamisa says the disagree with that statement. He is not going Sunday, the swearing in of Mnangagwa to attend.
The disagreement over the election results, casting a shadow over the first election since the departure of the autocratic leader, Robert Mugabe, who for decades was in power. His successor, Mnangagwa had fair elections promised. That was the impoverished state in south Africa out of its international isolation.
The run-up to the vote was relatively peaceful, but later hit the flame still in the pan. At protests fell multiple deaths. The opposition, the presidential and the parliamentary elections lost, thinks that there is cheating to Mnangagwa in the saddle.
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