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The Zimbabwean presidential elections will take place on July 31. Long-standing President Robert Mugabe will face Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai and three other contenders in a highly anticipated stand-off.
In Zimbabwe, President Robert Mugabe and Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai faced off in the presidential election. Tsvangirai has called the election "shoddy" and accused Mugabe's party of vote-rigging.
Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has called for the resignation of the nation's state electoral body, insisting that "they are not up to the responsibility." Tsvangirai is running against President Robert Mugabe in the July 31 elections.
Supporters of defeated presidential candidate Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai expressed cynical opinions about President Robert Mugabe's next five years of leadership.
Zimbabwe election officials say that President Robert Mugabe won the presidential election with 61 percent of the vote, compared to 34 percent for challenger Morgan Tsvangirai.
Opposition leader and Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai deemed Wednesday's presidential "null and void," while the party of Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe announced a "resounding victory" on Twitter.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe told the press that he will step down if he loses the upcoming July 31 election to Morgan Tsvangirai.
President Robert Mugabe has ruled Zimbabwe for the past three decades. He is up for reelection on July 31. His main opponent is Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai.
Recently re-elected President Robert Mugabe announced his plans to complete a sweeping black empowerment program to seize foreign and white-owned assets.
The controversial leader succeeds Mauritania's President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz.