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Encyclopedia > President of Zimbabwe

This page contains a list of presidents of Zimbabwe. See also lists of incumbents, list of Presidents of Rhodesia, Rhodesia.


Presidents of Zimbabwe, 1980-present


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Robert Mugabe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2957 words)
On March 9, 2003, U.S. President George W. Bush approved measures for economic sanctions to be leveled against Mugabe and numerous other high-ranking Zimbabwe politicians, freezing their assets and barring Americans from engaging in any transactions or dealings with them.
Justifying the move, Bush's spokesman stated the President and Congress believe that "the situation in Zimbabwe endangers the southern African region and threatens to undermine efforts to foster good governance and respect for the rule of law throughout the continent".
Zimbabwe's government said the President did not accept the Commonwealth's position, and was leaving the group.
Schiller Institute President's Day 2002 Zimbabwe Ambassador (2557 words)
Zimbabwe's presence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo was a SADC [Southern African Development Community] decision, aimed at saving the people of the D.R.C. from imminent danger and genocide; and this was part of the wider SADC goal, to assist the African people everywhere.
Zimbabwe is proud of its role in the D.R.C., and we know that the Congolese people are happy and grateful for the assistance they receive from the government and people of Zimbabwe.
Within Zimbabwe itself, Britain and its allies are trying to destabilize the elected government of President Mugabe, in any way they can think of, in order to install a puppet government that will dance to their tune.
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