The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission declared Mugabe to be the winner with 86% of the votes, while the opposition candidate, Morgan Tsvangirai, allegedly received 9% of the votes.
What does ZEC stand for?
ZEC stands for Zimbabwe Electoral Commission
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- Zone d'Expressions Coopératives (French: Area Co-Expression; website)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
ae The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission has invited presidential candidates to verify the long-delayed results of the vote from tomorrow, state radio reported yesterday.
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission concluded the recount of 23 disputed parliamentary seats yesterday but has yet to release all the results.
The official Zimbabwe Electoral Commission stopped announcing results after publishing those for legislative seats showing that the ruling party had lost its control of Parliament for the first time since independence in 1980.
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission has yet to announce the results of the March 29 presidential election despite mounting pressure from the international community to do so.
The recount, ordered by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission three weeks after the election, will take three days.