Zimbabwe, BBC, Nelson Chamisa discussed on A Public Affair
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Transparent, so I'm casting my vote and feeling my vote is being heard now than it has been before probably I dunno it feels, more transparent it doesn't matter who wins all who does not win but like for the first time, as Zimababwean we have a voice and, this is democracy at the finally finally finding a democracy In the presidential poll the ruling party is Emmerson Mnangagwa who seventy-five is being challenged by forty road Nelson Chamisa from the MDC Andrew Harding. Is in Harari the turnout has been high. And voting has been slow in places but, there has been no sign so far of. The systematic chaos is overshadowed pasta elections. Here in Zimbabwe the opposition MDC alliance insists it is heading for a dramatic victory and that only. Rigging can prevent, its leader Nelson Chamisa. From winning the presidency but plenty of Zimbabweans argued that, the governing Zanu PF now without Robert Mugabe as its leader is better placed to steer an isolated impoverished. Nation, back to stability Thousands of local and foreign. Observers are in the country the German politician Elmar Brok is in the country as the European Union's chief election observer, he said that. The election appear to have been relatively free violence but there were some. Irregularities we have cases of. Busing that the party brought conduct of people to a police station which were. Obviously. Not living in that. District but the list voting list such irregularities weren't this voting list, we have to check with that was a great amount or it was not seriously enough to have any. Impact on the elections the US secretary of state Mike Pompeo says that President Trump's decision to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal did not. Mean the US was reducing its economic involvement in Asia speaking just before a tour of Malaysia Indonesia and Singapore Mr. mom peyot said Washington had plans to invest West one hundred million dollars in the region in an apparent warning to. China he pledged to help. America's partners keep that people free from coercion Japanese scientists have announced the. Start of the first human trials using stem cells to treat Parkinson's disease the study will work to actively reverse the, effects, of the. Degenerative neurological disease rather than merely easing the symptoms Well news from the BBC Because are underway to free more than thirty women and children who being held by the Islamic. State group in southern Syria the reported have been kidnapped during an IS raid last week more than two hundred people died in the attack on this away, to region Martin patience reports Attacking sway Suada was one of. 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