Police with water cannon are circulating in Zimbabwe's capital as the country waits for the first official results of Monday's presidential election.
"The announcement of election results by unofficial sources has the potential to mislead the public and create unnecessary political emotions".
Electoral Commission Priscilla Chigumba told reporters that "the atmosphere has remained peaceful" and the commission has not received any major complaints about how the election was conducted.
Zimbabwe's historic elections looked in danger of slipping into familiar scenes of violence and chaos today after the main opposition party accused the electoral board of withholding results and demanded that its leader be sworn in immediately.
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Officials neared the end of vote counting a day after millions peacefully cast their ballots in a process closely watched by global monitors, who have yet to announce whether the election was free and fair.
Chamisa said Tuesday on Twitter that his party had collected results from more than "10,000 polling stations" and was ready to form a government.
"We have won the election, we are now daring ZEC (Zimbabwe Electoral Commission) to announce the result".
A run-off vote is scheduled for September 8 if no presidential candidate wins at least 50 percent.
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The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights warned of intimidation and threats of violence in the run-up to polling day, but said it was encouraged to see open rallies and peaceful demonstrations.
Mnangagwa also called on "citizens and candidates alike to exercise responsibility and restraint by patiently waiting" for official results.
The voting started Monday, with long lines forming at polling stations across Zimbabwe.
"Vote counting is underway and we should be able to release the first results around 3pm". The election was the first since longtime leader Robert Mugabe stepped down in November under military pressure and former confidante Emmerson Mnangagwa took power.
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During Mugabe's rule, national elections were overshadowed by repeated voting procedure violations and the suppression of the opposition.