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Al Jazeera English - News - Zimbabwe Vote Judgment Postponed
MONDAY, APRIL 07, 2008
14:03 MECCA TIME, 11:03 GMT
Zimbabwe vote judgment postponed
Tsvangirai, right, says he has won the
presidential vote from his rival Mugabe [AFP]

Zimbabwe's high court has postponed a ruling on a legal challenge by the opposition Movement for Democratic Change to force the immediate publication of results from a presidential poll.
Morgan Tsvangirai, MDC leader, says he won last week's election but the ruling Zanu-PF party says there is no clear winner and has called for a run-off vote.
Alec Muchadehama, a lawyer for the MDC, said on Monday outside the high court: "The matter has been postponed to tomorrow."
However, the court ruled that it had the jurisdiction to hear the case, he said.
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Supa Mandiwanzira, Al Jazeera's correspondent in Zimbabwe said: "The Zimbabwe Election Commission was arguing that this case cannot be brought before the high court because it has no jurisdiction over a constitutional body.
"The judge has said it has jurisdiction and he has postponed proceedings to 10am Zimbabwe time [0800GMT]."
Run-off dismissed
The MDC argues that Tsvangirai has won the presidency from Robert Mugabe, who leads Zanu-PF.
It has called for the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) to immediately publish the results and validate Tsvangirai's claim.  


"A mooted presidential run-off ... is a sham," Tsvangirai wrote in a commentary in Monday's issue of the British newspaper The Guardian.


"Our country is on a razor's edge," he said.


He called on South Africa, Britain and the United States to step up pressure on Mugabe and his supporters to stand aside.


State media reported on Sunday that Zanu-PF had snubbed an  approach from the MDC to form a unity government and was now  demanding a complete recount of the presidential vote after detecting irregularities.


The MDC has denied that a unity government was ever on the table.


Mugabe chaired a meeting of Zanu-PF's politburo on Friday and was endorsed to compete in a run-off if neither of the two main contenders wins more than 50 per cent of the presidential vote.


He has ruled without interruption since Zimbabwe gained independence from Britain in 1980, but has lost support amid an economic crisis.


Zimbabwe has the world's highest rate of inflation - more than 100,000 per cent - and about 80 per cent of the work force is without employment.

Source: Al Jazeera and agencies
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