Mnangagwa Says He Will Implement Recommendations From International Community After They Condemn Intimidation, Human Rights Violations


President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said that he welcomes and will implement recommendations from the international community. This comes after Australia, the European Union, Canada and the United States condemned post-election violence and the intimidation of opposition party leaders. Said Mnangagwa on social media,

A week ago, Zimbabwe went to vote in the spirit of hope & freedom. The campaign & voting were blessed by the entire world. The final results were in line with polling & identical to the tallies of ZESN & other foreign monitors. A free, fair & credible election.

The violence that followed was regrettable & tragic. There is no place for violence in our society, and allegations of further incidents concern us all. Any claim supported by evidence will be examined and investigations are underway as we seek truth & justice.

We have much to learn from this seminal week in our history. Recommendations from the international community are welcome and will be implemented. Transparency and accountability remain paramount. And despite the naysayers, in this new Zimbabwe, freedom will reign.

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