British MP, Kate Hoey, says till there is prove of transparency and respect for law, sanctions on Ex-Zimbabwean president and clique should stay in place.
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Is Mnangagwa Zimbabwe’s New Democrat?
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.
A Brief Overview of Cuban Constitutions Since 1976
Cuba has begun its walk towards a new era, modifying its constitution by recognising private ownership of property, the creation of a free market, etc.
Ugandan Ex-Minister Loses MP Seat, So He Cuts Off Town’s Water
Patrick Okumu-Ringa dismantled over 10 boreholes in the Nebbi municipality, a district in Northern Uganda, in reprisal for not being voted into parliament.
Mnangagwa’s Swearing-in Postponed in Zimbabwe
Mnangagwa’s swearing-in was postponed pending the decision by the Constitutional Court on fraud allegations by the MDC Alliance.
South Africa Moves Toward Land Expropriation Without Compensation
South Africa’s Ramaphosa of the ruling ANC announced the amendment of the Constitution to ease the expropriation of land without compensation.
Is Democracy Good For Your Teeth?
Results from the 62 countries showed that countries categorized as Social Democratic and Liberal had better oral healthcare than did Dictatorial regimes.
DRC Elections: Bemba Succeeds to Apply as Presidential Candidate
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.
Concern Expressed On Zimbabwe’s Post-Election Violence
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.
VIDEO: A Chat With Heads of Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine Parliaments
Can the three countries act together? How can working together help enact meaningful democratic reforms?