Zimbabweans on Wednesday voted in an election that most analysts say poses one of the biggest threats to President Robert Mugabe's 33-year grip on power. Reports said the turnout was impressive even amidst suspicions that vote-counting could be rigged. Many believe the poor preparations may play into the hands of Mugabe. But president Mugabe has denied allegations of vote-rigging and dismissed concerns about the credibility of the polls. Hugo Knoppert is from the Netherlands based Zimbabwe Europe NetWork. He spoke to Vatican radio about his organisation’s concerns regarding this election.