Zimbabwe Elections – Statutory Instrument 83 of 2018
President E.D. Mnangagwa has set Zimbabwe’s first post Mugabe elections for 30 July 2018 for the country to vote for it’s President, National Assembly and Councillors. The president also set 8 September 2018 as the official date for Presidential run-off in the event that a run-off is required.
On his Facebook Page, the President President E.D. Mnangagwa posted the following Stateement:
I am delighted to proclaim July 30 as the date for the 2018 harmonised elections.
These elections will be free, fair and transparent, and the voice of the people will be heard.
I call on all candidates to conduct their campaigns peacefully and to focus on the issues that really matter. Above all, let us remember that what unites us as Zimbabweans is far greater than anything that could ever divide us.
I look forward to going out and engaging with my fellow Zimbabweans on the campaign trail.
Simudzai Mureza wedu WeZimbabwe!
Kalibusiswe ilizwe leZimbabwe!
Blessed be the Land of Zimbabwe!
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