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Chamisa Successfully Files Court Papers

Chamisa Successfully Files Court Papers

Mnangagwa's inauguration planned for Sunday was postponed until the court makes its ruling.

In his application court challenge, Chamisa cited Mnangagwa as the first respondent, ZEC, and all other 22 presidential contestants as respondents as well.

Zimbabwe's justice minister Ziyambi Ziyambi has told state media Zanu PF was keenly following events across as preparations for Mnangagwa's inauguration tentatively set for August 12 are already in motion.

"It's amusing that Chamisa (MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson) entered an election wanting to win only".

He said those who lost should accept the results and work hard to improve next time.

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The opposition leader Nelson Chamisa, took to Twitter to confirm an appeal had been successfully filed.

ZEC declared that Mnangagwa won the election with 50.8 percent of the vote while Chamisa was said to have come second with 44.3 percent of the vote. "We have a good case and cause".

"In the alternative, we seek that there be another election which complies with the dictates of the law", Mpofu said.

"We have managed to place before the court unpopulated signed V11 forms and V11 forms that shows an attempt to erase the figures that had been entered", he said.

On August 1, soldiers opened fire on MDC protesters, killing six people and sparking an worldwide outcry.

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Also on Friday, lawyers for opposition figure Tendai Biti asked judges to throw out charges against him over the protests against alleged election fraud, in a case raising further global concern about the new government.

On Thursday, opposition figure Tendai Biti was detained by Zimbabwean police after Zambian authorities rejected his bid for asylum.

He faced allegations of inciting the protests last week by proclaiming victory for the opposition.

Consequently, Chamisa wants the chief elections officer compelled to publish in the Government Gazette the order and the declaration of the election of Mr Chamisa to the office of the President of Zimbabwe.

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