Zimbabwe poll is legitimate, say SA observers
Posted: Wednesday, March 13, 2002
Harare - South African observers said on Wednesday that Zimbabwe's election, won by President Robert Mugabe, was "legitimate".
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"Based on our observations, it is the view of the South African observer mission that the outcome of the 2002 Zimbabwe presidential election should be considered as legitimate," mission leader Samuel Motsuenyane told reporters in Harare. MORE
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