Zimbabwe's 'inclusive government' : some observations on its first 100 days

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The Round Table. 2010, 99(411), pp. 605-619. ISSN 0035-8533. Available under: doi: 10.1080/00358533.2010.530403
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Zimbabwe seemed to be in a political transition but only on the surface. In actual fact, the new government established under the power-sharing agreement between President Mugabe and newly elected Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai proved unsuccessful in its first 100 days owing to continued rivalry and a lack of commitment on behalf of Mugabe and his party. Mugabe managed to secure key positions in the new government for his cronies. They continued to control the relevant security organs as well as the Reserve Bank, which held a key position because its Governor guarded the budget available for the new ministers. Consequently, sabotage was an imminent threat for the new government. Mugabe benefited from the weakness of the opposition, which was split and had an indecisive and uncharismatic leader who failed to secure financial support from the West. To complicate the situation even further there were more players involved in the political arena of Zimbabwe, including the two major farmers' groupings, an emerging third party under Simba Makoni, the trade unions and white businessmen. They all had their own agenda. Mugabe and his ruling clique relied on each other as they had both committed gross human rights violations over the last 25 years. They either fall together or their mutual dependency keeps them going. Change was unlikely to occur; even the new Movement for Democratic Change ministers were aware of this.

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Zimbabwe, Mugabe, Tsvangirai, Inclusive Government, ZANU-PF
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ISO 690WELZ, Martin, 2010. Zimbabwe's 'inclusive government' : some observations on its first 100 days. In: The Round Table. 2010, 99(411), pp. 605-619. ISSN 0035-8533. Available under: doi: 10.1080/00358533.2010.530403
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  author={Welz, Martin}
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