LPM says it has evidence of election rigging

LPM says it has evidence of election rigging
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The Landless People's Movement (LPM) claims it has evidence, the November presidential and national assembly elections were rigged.
The party now plans to take the case to the international community for intervention.
Addressing a media conference held today in Windhoek, its president, Bernadus Swartbooi says, the party has been collecting evidence and are still busy with the process.
Some of the evidence, the party says include, Indian experts, whom the LPM believes were part of the hacking process and allegedly worked without visas.
The party also alleged that the results did not add up with what the LPM has been receiving.
The LPM leader vowed to take up the matter with countries such as France, Finland and Russia as well give its evidence to media houses such as CNN and Wikileaks to carry out investigations,
According to Swartbooi, LPM was supposed, to win more than 30 seats in parliament if the elections were not rigged.
The party, Swarbooi says, is working with independent presidential candidate Panduleni Itula who is seeking the nullification of the elections in Supreme Court.