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Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Counting Of Votes Begins, After Presidential Election In Zimbabwe

Polling stations in Zimbabwe closed on Monday after the country's first election without former leader Robert Mugabe on the ballot, and election officers prepared to start counting. Earlier, the main opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa said reports of voting delays were a "deliberate attempt" to undermine his supporters
A seriously flawed process could signal more stagnation. President Mnangagwa, a former deputy president, has promised a credible vote that he hopes will bring international legitimacy. Mugabe, 94, ruled Zimbabwe from independence in 1980 until his resignation in November, and many people are anxious for change.
Chamisa is concerned about delays at polling stations in urban areas, where support for the opposition has traditionally been strong while the ruling ZANU-PF party has dominated many rural areas in past
elections marred by violence and irregularities.

GUYS, WHO DO YOU THINK WE WILL?
Chamisa OR Mnangagwa?

GUYS, WHAT DO YOU THINK?
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