Chamisa Hasn’t Yet Submitted Election Court Challenge
MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has not yet submitted his court challenge, it has emerged.
There have been several state engineered abductions, beatings and killings since the concluding of the last week’s national elections. These abuses have included the systematic hunting down of MDC Alliance election agents by ZANU PF leader, Emmerson Mnangagwa’s emissaries, so that V11 form documents are either altered, reversed or altogether destroyed.
In addition to this, Chamisa’s offices have been surrounded by police officers since last week, another move clearly meant to frustrate the court application.
Senior sources inside Chamisa’s office 2 days ago told ZimEye, ” we are fully aware the military wants to physically stop the court application and so we will not announce the date and time we will submit it.”
To add to the systematic bullying, yesterday Emmerson Mnangagwa revealed that he has extra judicial powers to intervene in court judgements. He publicly boasted that he personally intervened in the release of MDC Alliance principal, Tendai Biti.
There are numerous embarrassing figures showing that in constituencies Mnangagwa won, there were more voters than those who registered to vote. Some examples are below:
9/9 How is it possible for a polling station to have over 100% turnout? Well @ZECzim reported polling stations where more people voted than were registered to vote! #Twimbos, your thoughts?! Eish! @ComradeFatsooo @OpenParlyZw @TheFeedZW @NAYOZimbabwe pic.twitter.com/4umzuVZVQs
— CitizensManifesto (@CitManifesto) August 10, 2018
Chamisa’s lawyers have as a result struggled to hand in their court application.
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