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Vol 46 No 6

Published 18th March 2005


Zimbabwe

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Five parties are contesting the elections, but only the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front and the Movement for Democratic Change have candidates in all 120 seats. The Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU), formerly led by the late Ndabaningi Sithole, is contesting 15 seats and is sure of one, Chipinge, which it has held since Independence; the current MP is the party leader, Wilson Kumbula. ZANU-PF once fielded the local paramount chief, but he was beaten.

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