File: Nelson Chamisa, the MDC-T president.

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Zimbabwe opposition threatens to boycott elections

JOHANNESBURG, July 5 – Zimbabwe’s main opposition leader Nelson Chamisa made a veiled threat on Wednesday to boycott elections on July 30 if there is no agreement between the independent election agency and political parties on ballot papers, Reuters reported.

Chamisa and his Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Alliance are the main rivals to President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his ZANU PF party in the first presidential and parliamentary vote since Robert Mugabe was forced to resign last November following an army coup. (ANA)

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