Opposition Alliance Not Ruling Out Zimbabwe Election Boycott

The opposition MDC Alliance is reportedly on the verge of pulling out of the upcoming elections after the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission turned down some of their demands and police refused to authorise their protest - but the ruling Zanu-PF says that elections would proceed with or without them. Boycotting has been part of Nelson Chamisa's predecessor, the late Morgan Tsvangirai's strategy, since 1999.

Nelson Chamisa (file photo).


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