Zim concourt rules election fair

By Drum Digital
20 August 2013

Zimbabwe's constitutional court on Tuesday ruled that a disputed elections which handed Robert Mugabe five more years in power were free and fair, dismissing allegations of vote-rigging.

"The Zimbabwe presidential election held on 31st July, 2013 was in accordance with the laws of Zimbabwe," said Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku. "The said election was free, fair and credible."

-Sapa

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