Vice President Chiwenga Publishes Book

Vice President Constantino Chiwenga has published a book titled, “Goose or Gander: The United Nations Security Council and the Ethic of Double Standards”.

The book was launched at State House in Harare on Wednesday where President Emmerson Mnangagwa was the Guest of Honour.

In the book, the retired army general attempts to explain how the United Nations Security Council led by Western countries allegedly abuses the veto power for self-serving interests.

VP Chiwenga said the unsuccessful attempt by the United States and Britain to impose sanctions on Zimbabwe using the United Nations motivated him to write the book. He said:

Issues to do with security have always been of interest to me. This book is the outcome of an academic journey.

The foiled attempt by some western powers to intervene in the affairs of Zimbabwe motivated me to research and come up with this book.

I have attempted to provide a comprehensive account of UN security.

More: ZBC News

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2 comments on “Vice President Chiwenga Publishes Book

  1. Bambo ava if he knows double standards, he’d write about himself and the party he serves. Why are we using statehouse for individual interests like this. Sanctions should have made the government self introspect on what they are doing wrong, engaging in other African countries and other societal groups in the country (including opposition and the average working man) and really try to find a working solution to our situation. At one time this dispensation was saying sorry we need to reform. After wining the election and cementing their dominance in the country’s sociopolitical platform, the overturned and returned to their old song of sorry but not sorry.

    I’m not one to also just support the United Nations Security Council workings either. I believe it’s also ridden with it’s imperfections. But to speak of a log in someone’s eye when you have a log in your own, really puts your analytical skills to question as you seem quite heavily biased.

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