Zimbabwe’s President Mnangagwa wins second term, opposition rejects result 

According to the elections commission, Mnangagwa received 52.6 percent of the vote, while rival Nelson Chamisa received 44 percent. 

Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been re-elected for a second and final term,  

a result that has been condemned by the opposition and questioned by observers. 

Despite the country's ongoing economic crisis, Mnangagwa, who took over from longtime leader Robert Mugabe in a 2017 army coup,  

was widely expected to win re-election, with analysts saying the contest was heavily skewed in favor of the ZANU-PF party,  

According to official results released late Saturday by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC),  

Mnangagwa received 52.6 percent of the vote, compared to 44 percent for his primary rival, Nelson Chamisa. 

which has ruled the country since independence and the end of white minority rule in 1980. 

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