SADC says Zimbabwe election 'free and peaceful'
HARARE (Reuters) - Observers from the Southern African Development Community (SADC) described Zimbabwe's elections on Friday as "free and peaceful", giving qualified praise for a poll dismissed by Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai as a "huge farce".
"We would like to congratulate the people of Zimbabwe for holding a free and peaceful election," the observer mission said in a statement.
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