A Quick Guide to the Zimbabwean Presidential Elections

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  • Challenger Calls Fraud
  • President Robert Mugabe
  • Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai
  • A Presidential Win
  • A Partnership Divided
  • Controversy Around the New Constitution
  • The Other Contenders
  • The Crucial Voting Issue
  • An Impoverished State
  • Money and Diamonds
  • Where Do They Stand
  • To Protect and to Serve
  • Looking Forward
  • A Repeat of 2008?
  • Voting Day
  • A Fair Fight or a Farce?
  • Violence in Rural Areas Goes Underreported

Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai

President of the Movement for Democratic Change Morgan Tsvangirai actually won the first round of presidential elections in 2008. Yet, official results reportedly concluded that a second round was needed. Tsvangirai eventually withdrew from the next round due to what he deemed voter intimidation carried out by pro-Mugabe security forces. Nonetheless, he has decided to run against Mugabe again, and is considered his only viable challenger.

(Photo: Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi/AP Photo)

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