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Amai Makarau Vofanobata Chigaro chaSachigaro weZEC

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Blessing Zulu
Mutongi wedare repamusoro soro reSupreme Court amai Rita Makarau avo  vakafanobatawo chigaro chemukuru  weJudiciary Services Commission ndivo vadomwa kutarisirwa kufanobata  chigaro chakasiyiwa naVaSimpson Mutambanengwe chekuva sachigaro wesangano reZimbabwe Electoral Commission.

VaMutambanengwe vakasiya basa svondo rapera vachiti hutano hwavo hwainge husina kumira zvakanaka. VaMutambanengwe munhu airemekedzwa zvikuru uye vakashanda semutongi mumatare eZimbabwe neNamibia kwemakore akawanda.

Gurukota rinoona nezvemitemo VaPatrick Chinamasa vatenda kuti Amai Makarau ndivo vachange vakabata chigaro chasachigaro weZEC kubva pavachadomwa zviri pamutemo kusvika munaZvita panopera nyaya dzesarudzo.

Vane ruzivo nezviri kuitika vaudza Studio 7 kuti mutungamiri wenyika VaRobert Mugabe, mutungamiri wehurumende VaMorgan Tsvangirai uye mutevedzeri wemutungamiri wenyika VaArthur Mutambara vakatenderana kuti Amai Makarau vambotora chigaro ichi pamusangano wavo weMuvhuro.

Gweta uye vachishanda neZimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights VaJeremiah Bamu. vanoti vanoona amai Makarau vachiita basa nemazvo.
Hurukuro naVaJeremiah Bamu
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