International election observation missions to Zimbabwe’s harmonised elections condemn post-election violence in Zimbabwe
August 5, 2018
By Wallace Mawire
The International Election Observer Missions present for the 30 July Harmonised Elections in Zimbabwe have said that while appreciating the generally peaceful and orderly pre-electoral environment and on the voting day, express their grave concern about the regrettable outbreaks of post-election violence.
The joint statement was endorsed by His Excellency Hailemariam Dessalegn Boshe, Head of the African Union Election Observation Mission (AUEOM),His Excellency John Dramani Mahama, Head of the Commonwealth Election Observation Mission,His Excellency Tete Antonio, Secretary of State for External Relations of the Republic of Angola and Head of the SADC Election Observation Mission,Justice Dr Patrick Matibini, Head of the SADC Parliamentary Forum Election Observation Mission,Judge Semistocles Kaijage, Head of Mission, ECF – SADC,Ambassador Ashraf Rashed, Head of COMESA Election Observation Mission,Elmar Brok, Head of the European Union Election,Masa Janjusevic, Head of the Carter Centre Election Observation Mission and the Joint International Observation Delegation of IRI and ND.
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