S.Africa’s Tutu urges military action against MugabeJune 30th, 2008 - 7:30 pm ICT by ANI
London, June 30 (ANI): South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu ha said that the use of force to remove Zimbawean dictator Robert Mugabe would be justified, as that country was presently in a precarious state, both politically and economically.
“I think that a very good argument can be made for having an international force to restore peace,” The Mirror quoted Tutu, as saying.
He also urged this week’s African Union summit in Egypt to reject President Robert Mugabe’s rule.
Mugabe has presided for 28 years over a once-prosperous economy now crippled with inflation estimated at two million per cent. (ANI)
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