HARARE – Ex-president Robert Mugabe (94), just before the elections in his country extracted to the current powers. The fallen leader spoke at a press conference on the hope that voters in the current “military government” vote against, and the “constitutionality recover.”
Mugabe stepped in last year after the army put him under house arrest was placed. His own party, the ZIMBABWEAN-PF, had him like a brick dropping. The new president Emmerson Mnangagwa, the former right hand of Mugabe, hopes to be re-elected.
Zimbabwe holds Monday both parliamentary as presidential elections. It is the first time in nearly 40 years that the name Mugabe is not on the ballot. The winner of the elections, wait for the heavy task of the economy to revive. That is, during the long reign of Mugabe almost completely collapsed.
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