A preliminary assessment by the leading domestic observers' body, the Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN), called the election "seriously compromised", saying registration flaws may have disenfranchised up to a million people out of 6.
What does ZESN stand for?
ZESN stands for Zimbabwe Election Support Network
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Solomon Zwana, head of the Zimbabwe Election Support Network said they had found a "wide range of problems" and that the poll was compromised by a campaign to stop voters from casting ballots.
Solomon Zwana, head of the Zimbabwe Election Support Network, said they had found a "wide range of problems" and that the poll was compromised by a campaign to stop voters from casting ballots.
Many local election observers concurred with Timberg's assessment, notably the Zimbabwe Election Support Network (an elections watchdog) and the Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace in Zimbabwe.
In the intervening years, the NED has provided funds to its so-called "endowment partners" (mainly anti-Mugabe groups) such as the Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN), the Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA), Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU), Zimbabwe Community Development Trust, and the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights.
But these figures differed slightly from those of the Zimbabwe Election Support Network, a coalition of civil society organisations, which said that Tsvangirai had won 49 per cent to Mugabe's 42 per cent-which, if true, would necessitate a run-off.
The head of the Zimbabwe Election Support Network said police had confiscated a series of documents after rifling through their offices with a warrant to find documents which could be used to topple the government.
On Monday the independent Zimbabwe Election Support Network said that according to its random representative sample of polling stations across the country, Tsvangirai won just over 49 per cent of the vote.