Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, honed by the military in his private residence Tuesday, will soon hand over power to former Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa, which will form a transitional government with the participation of the opposition. About it reports the local edition of the Financial Gazette, citing sources.
It is noted that the new government of the Vice-President of Zimbabwe will govern the country for five years, after which the country will hold elections.
On the night of November 15 in Zimbabwe was overthrown by a 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe, who ruled the country with an iron fist since 1980. He was placed under house arrest.
The military brought tanks to the street, took control of the broadcaster ZBC, broadcast which declared that no coup there, but the army controls the situation in the country, and its actions are directed against criminals surrounded by Mugabe, who “commit crimes, causing a social and economic suffering in the country.”
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