The European Union Election Observation Mission to Zimbabwe, led by Deputy Chief Observer Mark Stevens will tommorow present its long awaited Final Report on the historic post Mugabe, July 30 elections won by Emmerson Mnangagwa.
The Report will be made public at a press briefing in the capital, Harare at 3pm at the Meikles Hotel.
Other Observer missions African Union Electoral Observer Mission to Zimbabwe (AUEOM), the SADC Electoral Observer Mission to Zimbabwe (SEOM) and the COMESA Election Observer Mission, three very important African bodies, released individual communiques that endorsed the controversial election process.
While all three African observer missions were quick to give their stamps of approval to the July 30 presidential and parliamentary elections, the EU Observer mission was quick to say the playing field was highly uneven in favour of ZANU PF.
The EU Report is likely to further cause problems for Mnangagwa’s already contested legitimacy after the MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa remained adamant that President Mnangagwa rigged his way to the State House.
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COMESA mission, had offered the most gushing words of praise. It said the controversial elections were “generally peaceful, transparent and adhered to national, regional and international standards”.