for the Zimbabwean House of Assembly
|Member(s)||Biata Beatrice Nyamupinga|
Goromonzi West is a constituency in Zimbabwe. It was created in the delimitation of 2008 from the former Goromonzi constituency, and covers Makumbe, Parirewa, Domboshava and Makumbe Mission. As of 2013, it elected one representative to the House of Assembly. In the March 2008 parliamentary election the seat was won by the ZANU-PF candidate who defeated the MDC candidate from the Morgan Tsvangirai faction (MDC-T) by just 262 votes. In the 2013 election the ZANU-PF candidate, Biata B. Nyamupinga, was again challenged by Ian Makone (MDC-T) as well as by Wonder Chinamora (MDC). Nyamupinga retained her seat in the Assembly.
A recount in Goromonzi West was conducted in April 2008, increasing ZANU-PF's total by one vote, from 6,193 to 6,194.
|ZANU-PF||Biata Beatrice Nyamupinga||6194||51.08|
|Movement for Democratic Change||Ian Muteto Makone||5931||48.92|
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