Violence Taints Credibility of Zambian Presidential ElectionBy and
Opposition rallies banned, indepedent Post newspaper closed
Economic slump may erode support for President Edgar Lungu
Violence and intimidation are threatening the credibility of Zambia’s presidential elections and the nation’s reputation as one of Africa’s most stable democracies.
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