August 2018

CCZ 42-18 Chamisa v Mnangagwa & Others - Challenge to 2018 Presidential Election result - Part 4: Judges' Decision

NELSON CHAMISA                                                                                                      Applicant

 

and

 

EMMERSON DAMBUDZO MNANGAGWA                                               First Respondent

 

JOSEPH BUSHA                                                                                            Second Respondent

 

CCZ 42-18 - Chamisa v Mnangagwa & Others - Challenge to 2018 Presidential Election result - Part 3 : ZEC Response

I, PRISCILLA MAKANYARA CHIGUMBA, in my capacity as the Chairperson of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission and by due authority of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission and that of the 25th respondent, hereby take oath and state that the facts I depose to hereunder are within my personal knowledge and belief and are true and correct. Where I relate to issues of a legal nature, I do so on advice from counsel which advice I accept.

I have read and understood the applicant’s founding papers and wish to respond thereto as follows:

 

CCZ 42-18 - Chamisa v Mnangagwa & Others - Challenge to 2018 Presidential Election result - Part I : Chamisa application and affidavits

This court application was filed in the Constitutional Court on Friday 10th August.  Respondents 2 to 22 were the other candidates in the Presidential election on 30th July.

 

IN THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF ZIMBABWE CASE NO CCZ 42/18

HELD AT HARARE

In the matter between.

NELSON CHAMISA                                                                          APPLICANT

and

EMMERSON DAMBUDZO MNANGWAGWA                                           1ST RESPONDENT

Election Watch 39-2018 - Challenging the Presidential Election Result

ELECTION WATCH 39/2018

6th August 2018

Time Frame for a Presidential Challenge

In the early hours of the morning on 3rd August, the chairperson of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission [ZEC] declared Mr Mnangagwa to have been duly elected as President of Zimbabwe.  The MDC Alliance has said the result will be challenged in court.

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