It's a countdown to the Zimbabwe elections after the 'coup' that toppled long-serving former president Robert Mugabe.
The elections have been scheduled for 30 July and the opposition is already crying foul.
A lot of things have not been attended to and a lot of tactness has characterised the elections preparedness.— Douglas Monzwora, MDC Secretary General
We have not been availed the copy of the voters' roll that is required by the law. The voters roll we have is not the voters' roll that will be used.— Douglas Monzwora, MDC Secretary General
We have a problem with food distribution that is being used as a political weapon by ZanuPF and also the threat of violence by ZanuPF.— Douglas Monzwora, MDC Secretary General
Meanwhile, Zanu PF representative Nick Mangwaana says they don't expect MDC to pull out of the elections because they have been in talks for the past for years.
He further states that they believe they have resolved their issues with MDC.
The MDC is just one of the 27 political parties in these elections. We do not expect them to pull out.— Nick Mangwana, Zanu PF representative
We do not expect them to pull out but if they do so it will be their choice. there is no law in our country that compels a political party to participate in the elections.— Nick Mangwana, Zanu PF representative
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