US President Trump Signs Zidera Amendment Into Law

United States President Donald Trump has signed into law the Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Amendment Act. The Bill was passed by the United States Congress in July and sets tough conditions for Zimbabwe to re-engage with the United States of America. The Zidera act means that Zimbabwe’s economy is likely to continue suffering as sanctions will continue. In a statement, the White House said,

On Wednesday, August 8, 2018, the President signed into law:

S. 2779, the “Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Amendment Act of 2018,” which amends the Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act of 2001.


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U.S. Congress Passes Zidera Amendment Bill To Call For Reforms Ahead Of Elections, Bill Awaits Trump’s Signature

US Conditions For Re-Engagement With Zimbabwe



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Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act Of 2001

Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act Of 2001 was passed and ratified by the United States of America Congress and allegedly meant To provide for a transition to democracy and to promote economic recovery in Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act (S. 494)... Read More About Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act Of 2001

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7 comments on “US President Trump Signs Zidera Amendment Into Law

  1. ED was preaching peace and was trying everything to show the world that Zimbabwe is democratic but it seems the opposition MDC Alliance is good at opposition everything they want to disturb ED`s efforts. Sanctions are not for ZANU PF alone but for the whole Zimbabweans and I wonder why other Zimbabweans celebrate when sanctions are imposed on us.

  2. Zvichanaka chete, Ed akangoinheritavo zvake Ziedera ranga raisirwa Former president and his undemocratic principles of which tried to iron out kungoti democracy is a process, it cannot be achieved over night but at least as zimbos we must give a pum pum to ED.

  3. I would like to speak with you about helping your country with some projects tthat will put people to work and we ha ve have the means to fund the programs

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