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Mugabe to remain as a Ceremonial Prezidaa

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by Indume Yene, Jun 29, 2008.

  1. Indume Yene

    Indume Yene JF-Expert Member

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    Under the New Plan by MDC, Mr. Jongwe will remain as a Ceremonial Head of state. Since MDC controls the parliament, it'll push for serious negotiation with ZANU-PF. It's unclear if Mugabe will accept that plan. For more info read below:-

    Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai said in interviews published on Sunday he would push for negotiations with President Robert Mugabe on a new constitution and fresh elections.

    He also kept open the possibility that Mugabe could remain as a ceremonial head of state.

    Speaking ahead of the expected announcement that Mugabe had won re-election in Friday's run-off vote in which he was the only candidate, Tsvangirai said his Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party would use its parliamentary majority, which it won in elections in March, to force negotiations over a transitional arrangement.

    "We must bring the old man to the negotiating table as soon as possible," he was quoted as saying by the Mail on Sunday from Harare.

    "We have the power to control parliament, and that is recognised even by Mugabe's Zanu-PF ... We must force a transitional agreement for a set time-frame and work towards a new constitution for Zimbabwe.

    "I am confident we can achieve that if international pressure keeps up."

    In a separate interview to the Sunday Telegraph, Tsvangirai said under such a scenario Mugabe could possibly remain as a figurehead president.

    "I don't think it's inconceivable for such an arrangement to include him, depending, of course, on the details of what is being proposed and what are the arrangements."

    International condemnation has continued of Friday's vote, which was boycotted by the MDC, with the United States pledging to tighten sanctions against Mugabe's "illegitimate" government.

    Tsvangirai won the first round of the election, but pulled out of the contest last weekend after nearly 90 MDC supporters were killed in attacks he blames on pro-Mugabe militias.

    Source: News24.com
     
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    Mahesabu JF-Expert Member

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    haya sasa.....!
     
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    Mkandara Verified User

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    Nilikwambieni huyu jamaa BOMU tu... sasa kilichomuondoa ktk kura kitu gani ikiwa leo unataka ku negotiate uongozi wa serikali bungeni. Ondoa hata Bunge kabla Mugabe hajalivunja maanake kisheria Mugabe anaweza kulivunja Bunge kama mkileta nyoko nyoko..
    Hivi kweli huyu Morgan ameshindwa kusoma alama za nyakati kuwa kwetu Afrika - President ndio kila kitu?..
    Ama kweli huyu Morgan kichaa hazimtoshi kama huyo Mugabe mwenyewe! Machale wawili wamekutana
     
  4. kkiwango

    kkiwango Senior Member

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    Hao jamaa vipi?, kajitoa mwenyewe kwenye kura, na sasa anaongelea ku-negotiate, si ujinga huo!! Au alikuwa hajiamini kama atashinda? Hafai tena kuwa kiongozi huyo....Zimbabwe watangaze tu hiyo nafasi ya kazi (U-raisi) magazetini watu wenye sifa wa-apply! tena wasiweke vigezo vya uraia, mtu yeyote ulimwenguni a-apply.
     
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    Mama JF-Expert Member

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    kwi kwi kwi kwiiiiiiii,
     
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    Tuandamane JF-Expert Member

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    kelele zoooooote zile hakuna kitu... kashawauliza, aliemsafi amnyoshee mkono, unadhani Mugabe chizi????
     
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    KakindoMaster JF-Expert Member

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    Siku hizi Kibaki ametoa shule ya kutosha kwa viongozi wa Africa. Ukishindwa uchaguzi unajitangaza mwenyewe halafu unamwambia mpinzani wako kuwa tuelewane. haya yanatokea nchi nyingi sasa.
     
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    Mkandara Verified User

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    Kichekesho huyu jamaa leo ndio anawataka AU na SADC wamsaidie, wakati huko nyuma alishaitwa ktk mkutano akasema viongozi wote wa kiafrika hawana mpango. Yaani hata haeleweki... wewe hata Ubunge huna leo unataka kuamuru jinsi utakavyo endesha Bunge wakati hujapewa kuwa Waziri mkuu!..
     
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