A Crisis of Governance: Zimbabwe
An internationally-trained African economic analyst studies this former British colony''s struggle to become a viable independent state. Problems range from the need for constitutional reform to political patronage and a de facto oneparty democracy and th
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Page 23 - There would also have to be guarantees against retrogressive amendment of the Constitution. 3. There would have to be immediate improvement in the political status of the African population. 4. There would have to be progress towards ending racial discrimination.
Page 23 - These are as follows: (1) The principle and intention of unimpeded progress to majority rule, already enshrined in the 1961 Constitution, would have to be maintained and guaranteed. (2) There would also have to be guarantees against retrogressive amendment of the Constitution. (3) There would have to be immediate improvement in the political status of the African population. (4) There would have to be progress towards ending racial discrimination. (5) The British Government would need to be satisfied...
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