HARARE, Zimbabwe— The Latest on Zimbabwe’s presidential election (all times local):
Zimbabwe’s president after taking the oath of office says he will soon appoint a commission of Inquiry to look into the “isolated and unfortunate” post-election violence in which six people were killed when the military dispersed opposition protesters in the capital.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa says the commission of inquiry will make its findings public.
The violence two days after the peaceful July 30 vote raised international concerns about renewed harassment of the opposition even as Mnangagwa praised a “flowering of democracy” after Robert Mugabe’s repressive 37-year rule.
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