Zimbabwe

Tsvangirai declares polls 'null and void'

2013-08-01 12:35

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Harare - Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai dismissed Wednesday's election as a "huge farce" and said the results were invalid because of intimidation and ballot-rigging by President Robert Mugabe's ruling party, which is claiming victory.

"This has been a huge farce," Tsvangirai told a news conference at his MDC party's headquarters in Harare. "In our view, that election is null and void."

Listen to Morgan Tsvangirai addressing a press conference below:

Read more on:    mdc  |  zanu-pf  |  morgan tsvangirai  |  robert mugabe  |  zimbabwe  |  zimbabwe elections 2013  |  southern africa
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