Zimbabwe, currently undergoing the worst economic crisis in modern history, with inflation over 100% a day and a dictatorship government in all but name. Recently the opposition presidential candidate backed out of the election because of intimidation and many of his supporters being beaten, killed and raped
for supporting his candidacy and Mugabe was "re-elected".
A lot of pressure has been put on Mugabe from the international community, China, a former ally of his government has been distancing
itself, viewing any money invested in the country at this point money down the drain.
What are people's views on the situation? Should the internatiol community step in? Are sanctions enough, will it only expand the problem? There are currently over a hundred thousand people displaced after the election, whole towns have been bulldozed
as part of a project to "clean up".
I firmly believe that waiting it out and hoping he dies off soon will only worsen the situtation and prolong the suffering, a millitary intervention is neccessary and a provincial government set up until the country can be brought into a form of normality.