Is Zimbabwe Heading for More Disputed Elections?

Zimbabwe Electoral Commission chief says even if anomalies are found on the new voters' roll, the election will still go ahead in July. The main opposition MDC Alliance says it doesn't yet have a copy of the voters' roll - but the UK embassy in Zimbabwe along with other opposition parties and NGOs say they easily got their copies at the electoral body's offices in Harare.

Opposition leaders Tendai Biti and Nelson Chamisa, left. President Emmerson Mnangagwa laughs with supporter, right.


MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa says his party has no voters roll.

Britain's Ambassador to Zimbabwe Catriona Laing‏ has one.

The British Embassy confirms.

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