The Latest: Zimbabwe's opposition no longer celebrating

The Latest on Zimbabwe's election (all times local):

11 a.m.

Dozens of Zimbabwean opposition supporters are gathering for a second day outside party headquarters, but earlier celebrations have been replaced by defiance and bitterness at what they believe is a stolen election.

Members of the Movement for Democratic Change are chanting anti-government slogans as police with water cannons are nearby.

"I am pained when I think of my vote," the opposition voters sang after the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission said the ruling ZANU-PF party had won a parliamentary majority in Monday's election. Presidential results have not yet been announced but state media say they are expected within two hours.

The opposition says the vote was rigged, while the electoral commission and President Emmerson Mnangagwa say the election was free and fair.

"They have stolen the election," says 78-year-old Iddah Hanyani. "I want my vote back."

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10:40 a.m.

Zimbabwe's electoral commission is set to announce results of Monday's presidential election in two hours.

That's according to state-run media. The commission has said it would wait to announce the presidential results until all votes had come in from around the country.

The announcement is expected at 12:30 p.m. local time (1030 GMT).

The race pits President Emmerson Mnangagwa against opposition leader Nelson Chamisa, whose supporters on Tuesday were already claiming victory based on agents in the field throughout the country. They also are raising concerns about alleged vote-rigging.

The commission has announced that the ruling ZANU-PF party has won a majority of seats in Parliament.

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9:45 a.m.

The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission says the ruling ZANU-PF party has won a majority of seats in Parliament.

ZANU-PF has now won 109 seats versus the main opposition MDC party which has taken 41 seats in the country's House of Assembly which has 210 seats.

According to the electoral commission's early morning announcement, 58 parliamentary seats are yet to be declared.

The commission said it will only announce the results of Zimbabwe's presidential race, pitting President Emmerson Mnangagwa against opposition leader Nelson Chamisa, after all the votes have come in.