Opposition Claims Vote Rigging in Botswana Elections
Dumo Boko, the leader of opposition coalition, Umbrella for Democratic Change, has said that there was massive vote rigging and fraud during the October 23 elections by the ruling Botswana Democratic Party. Boko says that once he suspected wrongdoing, he approached South African-based organisation Forensics for Justice, headed by Paul O'Sullivan, to investigate and has so far gathered enough evidence to bring before the Botswana courts.
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