Zimbabwe: Democratic Elections set to be Held Next Year as Scheduled
The ruling ZANU-PF party nominated Mr. Mnangagwa to fill the vacancy left by Mr. Mugabe, after he returned from exile.
Mr. Mnangagwa will serve until the end of the presidential term next year and vowed “democratic” elections will be held as scheduled.
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He is urging Zimbabwe to move beyond the poisoned politics of the recent past and declared the country is renewing itself after 37 years of Mr. Mugabe.
He also promises to reimburse the farmers whose land was seized under Mugabe, leading to international condemnation. But he says those actions cannot be reversed.
Zimbabwe’s opposition backed Mugabe’s removal and now hopes for a bigger seat at the table to help determine the country’s future.
Despite his long association with the Government, Mr. Mnangagwa has promised democracy.
Ruling party officials said Mr. Mugabe will remain in Zimbabwe with their promise that he is “safe” and his legacy as a “hero” will stand after his fight for an independent Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe’s state-run Herald newspaper reported Mr. Mnangagwa has assured Mr Mugabe and his family of their “maximum security” as they remain in the country.
The report confirmed Mr. Mugabe would not attend the ceremony because he “needed time to rest”.
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