Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa called Zimbabwe's election result, which President Emmerson Mnangagwa won with 50.8% of the vote, "fraudulent, illegal, and illegitimate" during a press conference that was delayed by riot police in the capital Harare.
Speaking to journalists at the Bronte Hotel, the MDC Alliance party leader reiterated his allegation that the election "rigged".
"Mr Mnangagwa did not win the election in this country … we won this election emphatically," he said.
“We won this election and we are ready to form the next government.”
He also referred to the riot police disrupting the event.
"This is not the behaviour of people who had won, it is behaviour of people who had lost."
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