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  Movement for Democratic Change
POLITICAL PARTY DETAILS
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AbbreviationMDC
Websitehttp://www.mdczimbabwe.org/
CountryZimbabwe
Established1999-09-11
Disbanded0000-00-00
ContributorPicimpalious
Last EditedIndyGeorgia - June 19, 2010 07:24pm
DescriptionThe Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) is Zimbabwe's newest and strongest opposition political party. The MDC derives its strength from its natural evolution with its roots in the labour movement into a fully representative political party. The MDC was formed on September 11, 1999.

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Aug 04, 2013 05:00pm Analysis Zimbabwe's MDC struggles for survival after election disaster  Article IndyGeorgia 

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MOST RECENT RACES
12/00/2020 MDC Party President Roy Bennett ???
12/00/2020 MDC Party President Nelson Chamisa ???
12/00/2020 MDC Party President Elton Mangoma ???
04/30/2011 MDC Information & Publicity Secretary Douglas Mwonzora Won 62.86% (+33.05%)
04/30/2011 MDC Information & Publicity Secretary Tongai Matutu Lost 29.81% (-33.05%)
04/30/2011 MDC Deputy Secretary General Gift Chimanikire Lost 29.81% (-33.05%)
04/30/2011 MDC Deputy Secretary General Tapiwa Mashakada Won 29.81% (+33.05%)
04/30/2011 MDC Deputy Organizing Secretary Abedinigo Bhebhe Won 52.99% (+17.87%)
06/23/2010 ZIM Minister of Energy & Power Development Elton Mangoma Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
10/09/2009 Nobel Peace Prize Morgan Tsvangirai Lost 0.00% (-100.00%)
02/13/2009 ZIM Minister of Water Resources Joel Gabuza Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
02/13/2009 ZIM Minister of Economic Planning & Investment Promotion Elton Mangoma Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
02/11/2009 Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
02/11/2009 Zimbabwe Deputy Prime Minister Thokozani Khuphe Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
08/25/2008 ZIM Senate President Gibson Sibanda Lost 32.56% (-34.88%)
06/27/2008 Zimbabwe President - Runoff Morgan Tsvangirai Lost 9.36% (-75.95%)
03/29/2008 Zimbabwe President Morgan Tsvangirai Won 47.87% (+4.64%)
03/29/2008 Zimbabwe Senate Movement for Democratic Change Lost 0.00% (-61.29%)
03/29/2008 Zimbabwe House of Assembly - Popular Vote Movement for Democratic Change Won 51.34% (+5.48%)
03/29/2008 Zimbabwe House of Assembly Movement for Democratic Change Won 52.66% (+5.80%)