US seeks 'coalition' to force Zimbabwe regime change
Posted: Wednesday, August 25, 2004
By Basildon Peta, Southern Africa Correspondent
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The United States has called for the building of a "coalition of the willing" to push for regime change to end the crisis in Zimbabwe. The new American ambassador to South Africa, Jendayi Frazer, said quiet diplomacy pursued by South Africa and other African countries in its dealings with the Zimbabwe president needed a review because there was no evidence it was working. She said her country would be willing to be part of a coalition if invited.
The US could not act on its own, "put the boot on the ground" and give President Robert Mugabe 48 hours to go as requested by beleaguered Zimbaweans but the US would be willing to work in a coalition with other countries to return Zimbabwe to democracy.
Full Article : independent.co.uk
Was overthrowing Mugabe the deal Bush and Blair made? Blair helps bush with his bogus war in Iraq, in exchange for U.S. support to overthrow the leader in Zimbabwe, who is definitely no friend of Blair?
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