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Zimbabwe votes in first post-Mugabe poll, opposition cries foul

The main political opposition has made accusations of voter suppression by the Zimbabwean Electoral Commission, bringing into question the prospects for the election to receive sufficient credibility in order for the country to access important funding and remove the heavy sanctions currently in place against it. This is the first election without Mugabe, who remains in the country after being ousted at the end of 2017 after a 37-year rule.  

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