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Liberation movements reject puppet Govts

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Shomari, Aug 12, 2011.

  1. Shomari

    Shomari JF-Expert Member

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    [TD] [​IMG]Six liberation movements from Southern Africa are meeting in Windhoek, Namibia to map a way forward following a summit held in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania last year.

    The summit has been necessitated by former colonialists seeking to effect regime changes in their former colonies.

    The former liberation movements attending the summit include ANC of South Africa, FRELIMO of Mozambique, MPLA of Angola, Chama Chamapinduzi of Tanzania and Zanu PF.

    Namibian President Hifikepunye Pohamba said the summit seeks to discuss issues of democratic governance and challenges affecting their respective parties and peoples.

    He said it is important to remain focused on the ideals of those who perished during the liberation struggle and also to remain true to the principles of democracy, human dignity and social justice.

    Cde Pohamba encouraged Africans to be competitive on the global stage and highlighted the need for the continent’s education system to match global standards.

    He said the former liberation movements should fight efforts by the West to replace them with puppet governments.

    Head of State and Government and Commander in Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, President Robert Mugabe of Zanu PF, Jakaya Kikwete of Chama Chamapinduzi of Tanzania, South Africa’s ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe, Vice President of the MPLA of Angola Roberto D’almeida and Filipe Chimoi Paunde of FRELIMO, Mozambique were in attendance.

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  2. Rungu

    Rungu JF-Expert Member

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    Liberation movements?
     
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