Crisis In Zimbabwe

Human Rights Project | Madyeja Flowers |

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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 economy of Zimbabwe began to shrink after 2000 , ending with desperate need for the country and widespread of poverty and with a 80% unemployment rate. In recent years , there have been a economic hardship throughout Zimbabwe. Mugabe also tribute to Zimbabwe's economic difficulties. In conclusion , Zimbabwe is now on of the world's poorest , saddest and dangerous countries in the world. The cause of this is it's economic mismanagement and brutal repression , a once proud country has now downfallen.

The Main Event:

Robert Mugabe led the Zimbabwean people to democracy in 1980 and promised that he would compromise with his people. Overall , his actions and attitudes caused more and more problems throughout Zimbabwe , prior to the event of Mugabe's elections Zimbabwe became an independent country in 1965. Zimbabwe has a diversified economy which means that had power to make their own choices from a variety of things , they also had a well developed base and a advanced financial district.

The Resolution:

Robert Mugabe did not observe the human rights violations of the violence that he began on polling day , he noted that severe incidents that the elections has tied to activist refusing to reveal their results. Death , starvation and lack of access to medicines played a strong part of the relationship between income level and health indicators in the area. The impact of the crisis on the economy will remain as key issues.

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.

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