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Zimbabwe: Power sharing deal under stress

Published:
3 November 2010
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Africa
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Zimbabwe: Power sharing deal under stress

Zimbabwe’s coalition government is increasingly dysfunctional, mainly due to a defeated incumbent ruler’s unwillingness to surrender real executive authority to a popular opposition. The latest dispute over the president’s unilateral exercise of appointment powers threatens to escalate into a constitutional crisis that seems likely to be resolved only through fresh elections. International actors can help to bring Zimbabwe’s transition to a peaceful and democratic conclusion by guaranteeing power sharing, supervising elections, and maintaining targeted sanctions.

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