Crisis In Zimbabwe
Human Rights Project | Madyeja Flowers |
The Zimbabwean crisis began to start a wildfire after the Presidential election of Robert Mugabe that had began on March 29 and June 27 , President Robert Mugabe led a campaign of terror against all opposing parties. Mugabe's acts were a human rights violation that were stated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights which state that all human beings were born free and equal in dignity rights , they are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
Conditions Prior to the Event:
The Main Event:
Since 2000 , Zimbabwe has seized and redistributed most the country's commercial farms. Government spending is now at 97.8% of GDP. State enterprises are strongly subsidized , taxes and tariffs are high.