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ZimElections: Chamisa Takes Mnangagwa to Court

Chamisa is expected to lodge his complaint at the courts on Saturday

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ZimElections: Chamisa Takes Mnangagwa to Court

Nelson Chamisa plans to drop a legal bombshell at the Constitutional Court on Saturday, September 2nd.

He aims to turn the tables on the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC), challenging their declaration of Emmerson Mnangagwa as the duly elected President following the recent harmonized elections.

ZEC declared Mnangagwa the victor with 52.6% of the vote, while Chamisa pulled in 44%.

Chamisa and his party argue that the election lacked credibility, and various electoral observer missions have raised questions about its fairness.

Nelson Chamisa previously challenged the election results in court, the Constitutional Court upheld ZEC’s declaration that President Mnangagwa had won the 2018 elections.

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Chief Justice Luke Malaba and the eight-member bench dismissed Chamisa’s case with costs.

The court handed down the ruling on August 24th, and just two days later, Emmerson Mnangagwa was inaugurated.

ZimElections: Chamisa Takes Mnangagwa to Court

Notably, Chamisa did not attend the inauguration ceremony despite reportedly receiving an invitation.

Additionally, Chamisa reportedly took his case to the African Commission on Human and People’s Rights (ACHPR), commonly known as the Banjul Commission, to challenge the August 24, 2018, Constitutional Court ruling.


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