Rights groups in Zimbabwe have expressed concerns over the country’s electoral violence ahead of the July 30 polls.

Rights groups in Zimbabwe have expressed concerns over the country’s electoral violence ahead of the July 30 polls.

This comes after the recent bombing at a Zanu-PF rally, which the opposition believes could be used to clamp down on opposition parties ahead of the country’s crunch polls next month.

Meanwhile, Civil Society leaders from Zimbabwe said the elections in their country were going to take place in an environment where the security of citizens is still a major issue, saying there is a huge risk that the country may not hold a credible free and fair election in Zimbabwe on July 30.

Human Rights Watch’s Dewa Mavhinga said although President Mnangagwa has made several assurances and pledged to deliver a fair and credible election, there were still major concerns ahead of the elections.

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