Chamisa Questions Mnangagwa's Presidential Poll Victory

President Emmerson Mnangagwa avoided a run-off after he received 50.8% of the vote while main opposition challenger Nelson Chamisa received 44.3%. Chamisa said the MDC Alliance "accepted the parliamentary election even with all its imperfections" but accused the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission of trying to manipulate the results for the presidential elections.


Voter turnout was high, particularly in the morning as most polling stations in the capital were swarmed by voters.

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