33 years. That is how long Hun Sen been in power. Longevity in power is not unique to Africa. Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen’s longevity in power, enforced dictatorially, is a case in point.
Currently, Trump is on the low-side of public opinion. As a result, the Democratic Party might effectively make a comeback in the House of Congress.
In his speech on Monday, Mnangagwa urged the nation to move ahead and put the election period behind. If this means not punishing military excesses during the recent PEV then Mnangagwa a democrat will continue to be doubtful.
Reports say that Omar El-Bashir of Sudan intends to modify the constitution of Sudan to run for a third term in 2020. Wanted by the ICC, presidential immunity may serve Bashir well.
The most surprising move in this is that citizens have been invited to discuss the new Constitution. It seems there is opening to transform Cuba into a Socialist republic. Let’s hope these debates will be rigorous.
As a Bishop of the Catholic Church, Wilson should be a beacon of truth and an example to his flock and the rest of society. To have failed in his moral duties should have earned him a stricter sentence.
South Africa’s Ramaphosa of the ruling ANC announced the amendment of the Constitution to ease the expropriation of land without compensation.
Jean-Pierre Bemba, 55, has succeeded to apply as a presidential candidate for the long-delayed elections to be held on 23 December 2018 in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
UK and US express concern on post-election violence in Zimbabwe. The US has gone a step further, stating that it was reviewing Zimbabwe’s election results.
Zimbabwe’s incumbent Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa, popularly known as the ‘Crocodile’ for his leadership of the “crocodile gang” back in the 60s and eventually for his political shrewdness, has won presidential polls.