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Date: Sat, 24 Jun 2000 07:15:57 -0700
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Subject: ZimCrisis#65 -- Election Bulletin #1 -- Kwe Kwe Quiet
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Hi everyone,

The first (and so far only) report I have received. If you're in Zimbabwe and have a moment to let me know how it's going in your area, I'd very much appreciate it. Thanks.


Just to let you know that Kwekwe at least is very quiet and orderly at present. I voted at 1000 after standing in a queue for nearly an hour. The monitors were evident and police removed any groups of youth that looked as though they wanted to cause trouble. I have had no feed back from the high density areas, but hopefully things are under control there too.

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