Mugabe's party poised to lose control of parliament in Zimbabwe

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April 2, 2008 17:59

The latest official results show President Robert Mugabe's party losing control of parliament. The results give the opposition Movement for Democratic Change 105 seats to 93 for ZANU-PF in the 210-seat House of Assembly. One seat went to an independent. That means that even if ZANU-PF wins all the remaining seats, it will not have a majority. The opposition earlier claimed its candidate won presidential election held alongside the parliamentary voting Saturday.


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