There is a consistent level of concern among voters about electoral fraud in Zimbabwe. These concerns are shared by a broad range of stakeholders who include citizens, civil society organisations, the international community and opposition political parties. It is unlikely that these concerns will di-minish in the immediate future. There has been consensus amongst key stakeholders that post 2008 and 2013 elections were marred with a number of malpractices. Unfortunately most of these malpractices have not been recorded to the effect of being useful evidence to challenge electoral out-comes at various levels. The Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) has set up an information centre as an effort to set an early warning system in the event of any malpractice as well as to collect necessary evidence that stake-holders can make use of.
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Source: Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition
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