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Via the BBC: Zimbabwe election was ‘huge farce’ – Morgan Tsvangirai.
Mr Tsvangirai spoke shortly after the monitors from the Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) said the poll was "seriously compromised".
In a statement, the ZESN said that potential voters were turned away from 82% of polling stations in urban areas, where support for Mr Tsvangirai is strong.
In rural areas – seen as strongholds of President Mugabe – the percentage was 38%, the group added.
It said that a result about one million of the country’s about 6.4 million eligible voters were prevented from casting their ballots.