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  • "In a parliamentary democracy, the majority rule," Mr. Tsvangirai said. "[Mr. Mugabe] should concede that ... he cannot be president."

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  • "The question about a runoff doesn't arise," he said. "It doesn't arise because of the simple fact that the people have spoken, the people have decided."

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