Zim vote 'seriously' compromised: local observers
Zimbabwe election observers said Thursday that the country's crunch vote was "seriously compromised," citing a slew of flaws that called into question a claim to victory by President Robert Mugabe's allies.
"The election is seriously compromised," Solomon Zwana, the chairman of Zimbabwe Election Support Network, said of Wednesday's election. "Up to a million voters were disenfranchised."
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