Zimbabwe’s parliament has opened for a historic session to start impeachment proceedings against President Robert Mugabe.
“This motion is unprecedented in the history of post-independence Zimbabwe,” Parliament speaker Jacob Mubenda said, AFP news agency reports.
MPs allied with Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace are also in parliament for the start of impeachment proceedings, a group which monitors parliamentary activities has tweeted:
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