Document Alleges Vote Rigging in Zimbabwe


A "top secret dossier" has allegedly exposed new evidence on how Zanu-PF plans to steal the forthcoming elections.

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  • Zimbabwe:  Zanu-PF Wants to Rig Elections - Tsvangirai

    Zimbabwe Independent, 9 July 2013

    T leader Morgan Tsvangirai on Tuesday accused Zanu PF of trying to rig the forthcoming general elections slated for July 31 using the 30-day mandatory voter registration process, ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Voters' Roll in Bad Shape-ZEC

    Office of the Prime Minister of Zimbabwe, 1 July 2013

    The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has said that the current voter's roll is in a bad state and must be updated before the forthcoming elections. read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  We're Ready to Roll, Says ZEC Boss

    The Herald, 2 July 2013

    THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission says all its systems are in place for harmonised elections slated for July 31 and now awaits the release of funds from Treasury for voting ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  New Electronic Voters' Roll Makes Inspection Easier for Zimbabweans

    SW Radio Africa, 1 July 2013

    A group of organizations involved in the pro-democracy movement have created a website with an electronic voters' roll, after years of refusals from the Zimbabwe Electoral ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Zanu-PF Trickery Must Be Exposed

    Zimbabwe Standard, 30 June 2013

    It is now almost certain harmonised elections will be held on July 31. Zanu PF has defied regional bloc Southern African Development Community (Sadc)'s call to have a two-week ... read more »

  • Southern Africa:  SADC PF Happy With Voters' Roll Printing Equipment

    The Herald, 29 June 2013

    The Sadc Parliamentary Forum has said it is impressed with the operations of the National Registry Bureau, which is responsible for printing of the national voters' roll. read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  'Heading for Another Disputed Poll'

    Zimbabwe Standard, 16 June 2013

    ZIMBABWE is again heading for disputed polls as evidence on the ground already shows possible manipulation of the electoral process, a new report has warned. read more »

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