Zimbabwe: 'Day of mourning' — Chamisa compares 'rigged' Mnangagwa win to Mugabe

MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa claimed that the results of the Zimbabwean election were rigged and that he is the rightful president during a press conference in Harare on Friday. According to the results issued by the Zimbabwe Election Commission, opposition leader Chamisa garnered 44.3 percent of the vote while the incumbent Emmerson Mnangagwa earned 50.8 percent. «We must place it on... Еще record equivocally that we won this election,» Chamisa said, adding that there had been 'harassment, persecution and intimidation' of his party members. «You find there is no jubilation, no celebration, if anything today is a day of mourning of democracy, today is a black day because we are seeing a repeat of what we saw in the yesteryear regime,» Chamisa said, comparing Mnangagwa's win to those of former Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe. Chamisa went on to say that he would explore the avenues available to him to overturn the 'fraudulent, illegal, illegitimate' result.

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