- Jun 5, 2006
Gunfire and army deployed to the streets in Harare...
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"In some cases, it (the voting) works very smoothly," commented Elmar Brok, the head of the EU observer team. "But in others, we see that it's totally disorganised and that people become angry, that people leave."
But worse still, Mr Brok was alarmed to note that the ruling party delivered 100 people by bus to vote in a district where they didn't live. The observer team is now going to check whether this was a single example or part of a pattern "which might have influence on the result of the elections".
Zimbabwe election: Zanu-PF has most seats, incomplete results show
However, Douglas Mwonzora, a top MDC Alliance official, told the BBC's Andrew Harding that the endorsement on Sunday of their candidate by Mr Mugabe had cost the party votes. He also alleged that the ruling party had bribed voters in rural areas
Yes them. It only takes a small amount of people to start something. 80% of people are sheep they don't matter.You mean MDC Zimbabweans? A revolution can only happen if the people of Zimbabwe are unhappy, it looks to me like it is the opposition so far, unless the belief is that no one supports Zanu PF?