Zimbabwean opposition leader Nelson Chamisa (C,L) of the Movement for Democratic Change Alliance (MDC) speaks during a press conference at the MDC headquarters in Harare, on July 25, 2018 ahead of Zimbabwe's presidential election. Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa on July 25 said Zimbabwe's presidential election was set to be fraudulent and accused election authorities of bias, but said his MDC party would not boycott the vote. The vote on July 30 is
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Zimbabwe’s opposition leader Nelson Chamisa on Friday dismissed what he called the “unverified fake results” of the election which handed victory to President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

“The ZEC scandal of releasing unverified fake results is regrettable,” Chamisa wrote on Twitter, referring to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission.

He charged that the ZEC had denied his Movement for Democratic Change party access to the results before the announcement that Mnangagwa had won by the narrowest margin of 50.8%.

“ZEC must release proper & verified results endorsed by parties,” Chamisa said.

“The level of opaqueness, truth deficiency, moral decay & values deficit is baffling.”

Mnangagwa, a former ally of Robert Mugabe who replaced the long-ruling autocrat in November after a brief military intervention, has hailed his victory as a “new beginning” for Zimbabwe.

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