AU, Sadc Urged To Intervene In Zim Polls

A local human rights lobby group has pressured the African Union, Sadc and the international community to intervene in the setting up of a high-level multi-sectorial mediation initiative to assist the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) to fix all contested issues to avert disputed polls.

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The National Transitional Justice Working Group Zimbabwe (NTJWG) yesterday said it foresaw a dangerous situation developing ahead of the Monday polls with the electoral field engulfed with many unresolved issues which compromises it in the holding of free, fair and credible elections.

“Having identified these among many other issues, we see a very dangerous situation developing in Zimbabwe,” NTJWG chairman Alec Muchadehama said.

“We thus here call upon the leadership of political parties, Zec, Sadc, African Union and the international community not to wait until it is late to take steps to avoid unrest.

The opposition MDC Alliance has been pressuring for electoral reforms, but it has been falling on deaf ears of Zec.

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