Think Africa Press
On 15 June, the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) held an extraordinary summit on Zimbabwe in Mozambique’s capital of Maputo. The main issue discussed was the Zimbabwean elections, currently scheduled for the 31 July. The 31 July date was set by President Robert Mugabe under the pretext of complying with the Constitutional Court’s ruling that elections must be within four weeks of the dissolution of Parliament on 29 June.
However, this date is believed by many, including the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), to be too soon to register voters and enact the changes in…
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