Zimbabwe Elections Results Today: Recently, the Zimbabwe elections results were announced today. They voted Saturday in a key parliamentary and municipal by-election seen as a test for President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s ruling party ahead of next year’s general election. The polls generated so much interest between people that they are literally want to who was the next person who was elected. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Zimbabwe Elections Results Today
In Southern African countries, there has been seen that many people didn’t have any jobs, don’t have proper medicare facilities. Also, the schools require some people who can look at the conditions of the school system. There were no rules and regulations, there were no systems on how to teach the students in a proper way. We need a change to correct this situation. If nobody came then it will be difficult to maintain the systems.
After voting at a polling location in central Harare, Jasen Maeka, a 42-year-old unemployed man, remarked. Allowing the adversary a chance is a good idea. This administration has proven to be a failure Maeka remarked. Three months before the by-elections, opposition leader Nelson Chamisa, widely seen as Mnangagwa’s most formidable opponent, created a new party, Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC).
He sees the race as crucial.. a warm-up for the election in 2023. The new party’s campaign rallies drew large numbers. Several of Chamisa’s rallies were banned by the police throughout the two-month campaign, prompting his party to complain of escalating repression by the authorities. One person was killed and 22 others were injured after unrest during an opposition protest last month.
During the campaign, vice president Constantino Chiwenga compared the opposition to lice that needed to be crushed, and Mnangagwa promised that ZANU-PF will govern forever during a rally on Thursday. The Zanu-PF party, which has been in power since the country’s independence from the United Kingdom in 1980, also drew large throngs to the polls.
There are many critics which accuse the Mnangagwa who took the power in 2017 after Robert Mugabe who has ruled for over 37 years. Chamisa accused the electoral commission of bias and regarding this, he says he had alerted regional blocs like SADC. We didn’t have any other disputed election. After casting his ballot in Harare Kuwadzana township. ZEC is actually mobilizing apathy, ensuring that people are dissatisfied, and suppressing the vote. Many voters are casting the ballots in 28 parliamentary constituencies which include the 20 opposition lawmakers and they were recalled in a battle.