The MDC Alliance says it will pursue constitutional and legal routes to discredit the outcome of the 2018 harmonised elections results held on the 30th of July where President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa was declared winner by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission.
Addressing the media in the capital Friday, MDC Alliance leader Mr Nelson Chamisa maintained his claims that he won the 2018 harmonised election.
Chamisa said his party will take legal action to contest the outcome of the election with the support of the international community.
When pressed to reveal evidence on his claims that he got more votes than those of President-elect Cde Mnangagwa, the MDC Alliance leader evaded the question.
Chamisa’s sudden appeal to the international community comes hours after his Alliance partner Tendai Biti was quoted in an interview with South Africa Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) where he accused AU and SADC as “pathetic unions of old boys clubs”.
The elections results that were announced by ZEC went in favour of Zanu PF which won a two thirds majority seats while its presidential candidate Emmerson Mnangagwa won the presidential race.