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Zimbabwe may extend Mugabe’s reign

Zimbabwe’s governing political party wants to postpone national presidential elections to 2010 from 2008, potentially giving the nation’s longtime leader, Robert Mugabe, an extra two years in office, according to the state-controlled media. The proposal quickly drew speculation that the government was seeking to buy time before the vote so it could try to resuscitate the economy, which is in a state of collapse, and settle an increasingly bitter struggle within the ruling party over who will succeed Mugabe. Full Story

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