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Zimbabwe Elections Free And Fair, Says Tonchi
Posted: Wednesday, April 6, 2005

THE head of the Electoral Commission Forum of Southern African Development Countries' observer mission to Zimbabwe, Victor Tonchi, has given his blessing to that country's elections, declaring them free and fair.

Tonchi led an 11-country observer mission to Zimbabwe and said the mission was encouraged by the "peaceful environment" in which the election took place.

"The mission hereby records its satisfaction with the high level of compliance with regulations and election rules which was displayed by the electoral staff at all stations visited," said Tonchi, who is also Chairman of the Electoral Commission of Namibia.

Tonchi's teams observed the opening procedures and voting and counting at 65 polling stations in 28 constituencies.

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