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MDC-T Calls For National Demonstration Over Electoral Reforms, Says Voters' Roll Contains Suspicious 100 Year Olds

5 years agoThu, 31 May 2018 23:30:18 GMT
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MDC-T Calls For National Demonstration Over Electoral Reforms, Says Voters' Roll Contains Suspicious 100 Year Olds

The Nelson Chamisa led MDC-T has called for a national demonstration on June 5 to force President Emmerson Mnangagwa to agree to electoral reforms.

MDC-T spokesperson Thabita Khumalo told NewZimbabwe.com on Wednesday that her party is not happy with amendments to the Electoral Act which were recently signed into law by Mnangagwa. She said MDC-T wants to know who is printing the ballot papers. Khumalo also added that her party is being denied access to the voters roll which she says contains suspicious 100 year old people born on the same day. Said Khumalo

Of course we are not happy; there are still grey areas. However our major bone of contention is the issue of the voters roll and the identity of the company printing the ballots. The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission is playing the same game that (Registrar General Tobaiwa) Mudede played in 2013 of denying us access to the voters roll.

More: NewZimbabwe.com

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