Mugabe pledges free, fair vote in Zimbabwe
HARARE (AFP) - Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe on Sunday made his final call for peaceful voting as he vowed that the upcoming election will be free and fair.
"Vote, vote, vote in peace, peace peace, peace. We want peace," Mr Mugabe told around 40,000 supporters at his final rally at the National Sports Stadium in the capital Harare.
Mr Mugabe was pleased major incidents of violence were absent in campaigning days before the elections, unlike the last voting in 2008.
"It's going to be free and fair. We are not forcing anyone to vote this way or that way," he told reporters after the rally.