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UK: Theresa May tells President Mnangagwa No Support Until You Reform

The British Prime Minister Theresa May has openly announced to President Emmerson Mnangagwa thay there will be no support until he reforms.

In an open message at Westminster, May answered the chair of the parliamentary portfolio committee on Zimbabwe, HON. Kate Hoey saying, “I say to the honourable Lady, I commend the excellent work that she does..she continues to do as chair of the APPG on Zimbabwe and obviously we welcome the announcement of the date of the election the 30th July but we are urging all parties involved to pursue free and fair, peaceful elections, cause that I think that is what the Zimbabwean people deserve and we will certainly trade carefully to see how those elections are conducted and consider obviously the conduct of those elections as appropriate.


“And we have repeatedly said if the Zimbabwean government can demonstrate commitment to political and economic reform then the UK stands ready to do all it can to support its recovery. But obviously that commitment is essential.”


Written by How Africa

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