As Zimbabwe prepares for election ruling, law scholar addresses common misconceptions about the process
By 17 August 2018
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As predicted in our column last week, the presidential inauguration has been halted, giving way to MDC Alliance’s July 30 presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa to challenge the presidential election results. This now places us in a fourteen-day period by which the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) must give judgment on the matter. The inauguration can only take place after judgment is handed down by the court and this must be done within 48 hours, unless the court decides that fresh elections must be held.
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