The iron-fisted Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s 33-year-strong president, is facing a familiar challenge at the ballot box. For the third time, prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai will attempt to take control from the authoritarian regime. But following on the heels of 2008’s bloody elections, Mugabe has vowed to step down if his Zanu-PF party loses. Critics remain skeptical about a free and fair election, but that didn’t stop millions from turning out to vote.
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Zimbabwe's misfortune is its lack of possible oil discovery. It has plenty of valuable mineral deposits, at least what's left of them following the departure of its former owners, like Lohnro and others. Had there been oil, the West would have long ago organised Mugabe's departure, if not his decease.
@Jefta84 Paten x bawa motornya. Kek crosser sejati...
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@TIME if Edward Snowden did not leak the NSA's actions, would we be having the somewhat open discussions at Senate Judiciary hearing today?
@TIME Why is there an unhealthy focus on Zimbabwe by the West whilst frankly there are worse so called 'democracies' on our doorstep...