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Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s inauguration for his second term was held on Monday despite accounts from international observers who said the country’s August elections were flawed.
After the military overthrew Mr Mugabe, former vice president Mr Mnangagwa came to power.
He was declared the winner after a presidential election that observers deemed insufficiently free and fair.
According to the electoral commission, Mr Mnangagwa received 53 per cent of the votes cast, while the most promising opposition candidate, Nelson Chamisa of the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) party, received 44 per cent.
Mr Mnangagwa said Zimbabwe had shown it is a “democracy with maturity” during the ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in the nation’s capital, Harare.
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