31 July 2018

Zimbabwe: Just in - India Observer Mission Lauds Zim Elections

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AFRIC observer mission group member Volker Tschapke, right, addresses the media while flanked by Professor Jose Matemulane and Purnima Anad, third from right, and Mirjam Katharina Zwingli in Borrowdale, Harare.

India's election observer mission has today lauded the peaceful manner in which the Zimbabwean elections were conducted yesterday.

The mission urged Zimbabweans to accept and respect the outcome of the elections. They, however, urged Zimbabwe to embrace the electronic voting system, describing it as fast, efficient and likely to encourage a higher voter turnout.

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