ED presidency challenged in Court

HARARE - Opposition parties and political activists have dragged President Emmerson Mnangagwa to the Constitutional Court (Con-Court), challenging his legitimacy after coming to power last November with the assistance of the military.

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Comments (8)

if ED is not legitimate,who then is legitimate,do you want Mugabe back.You must use your brains well.Elections are just three months away,let ED rule until election time.

widzo - 2 March 2018

if ED is not legitimate,who then is legitimate,do you want Mugabe back.You must use your brains well.Elections are just three months away,let ED rule until election time.

widzo - 2 March 2018

if ED is not legitimate,who then is legitimate,do you want Mugabe back.You must use your brains well.Elections are just three months away,let ED rule until election time.

widzo - 2 March 2018

If he is the legitimate president who elected him to power

kz - 2 March 2018

ndomamhepo chaiwo iwayo. hatina kumacha tese tese tichiti mugae must go. some of these pple you wonder kuti variku representa ani chaizvoe. very foolish and retrogressive

kelly - 2 March 2018

Zanu pf,the ruling party, put ED into that position(president) after recalling Mr Mugabe.

widzo - 2 March 2018

It also happened here in South Africa were i am based and working.Zuma was recalled by his party ,ANC.The ANC replaced Zuma with Ceril Ramaphosa,who is now the south african president until elections next year.

widzo - 2 March 2018

mugabe was re-called by his party,he was replaced by ED, so he (ED) is just for the time being finishing Mugabe's term, he will contest the vote and win.

sipho - 2 March 2018

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