European Union Calls For Inclusive Dialogue After Resignation of Mugabe

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Statement by the High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini on the situation in Zimbabwe

The decision made by President Mugabe to stand down shows that he has listened to the people’s voices.

An orderly and irreversible transition towards genuinely democratic elections is our shared objective. The consolidation of the constitutional order and respect for fundamental rights and freedoms are key.

It is important now that an inclusive dialogue is established that respects the aspirations of the people of Zimbabwe for a more prosperous and democratic future, and which encourages the acceleration of key reforms.

The EU stands ready to accompany this process in cooperation with the African Union and SADC, and to assist the Zimbabwean people with all instruments at its disposal in order to meet that objective.


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4 comments on “European Union Calls For Inclusive Dialogue After Resignation of Mugabe

    1. there is no change of government he is vice president and Zanu PF sacked/forced mugabe to resign therefore he is eligible to take the party leadership position and therefore country leadership as a result. This happens in UK and Australian politics where you can be sacked from party (no confidence vote) lose post and have a new prime minister with no elections tony blair, gordon brown example.

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