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Zimbabwean minister says presidential runoff to be held as scheduled
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09:07, June 18, 2008

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Zimbabwean Minister of Rural Housing Emmerson Mnangagwa said on Tuesday that Zimbabwe's presidential run-off elections would take place on the date announced and there was no intention of delaying it.

The statement came when Mozambique President Armando Emilio Guebuza met with Mnangagwa to discuss the upcoming runoff, the AIM reported.

Mnangagwa, on a brief visit to Maputo on Tuesday, claimed that the condition are in place to hold a second round in the presidential election on June 27.

Mnangagwa was in Maputo in his capacity as Secretary for Legal Affairs of Zimbabwe's ruling ZANU-PF, and he spoke to reporters after an audience with Guebuza.

Mnangagwa promised that the results from the second round would be announced speedily, unlike the first round in which the Electoral Commission delayed for five weeks before announcing the results.


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