The Zimbabwean political impasse is far from over.
On Sunday, President Robert Mugabe was expected to announce his resignation but instead the 93 year old leader insisted that he was still Zimbabwe's legitimate leader. In his speech Mugabe said he planned to preside over the Zanu-PF congress next month. The statement contradicts ZANU PF'S stance, the party voted to strip him of his leadership and kick out his wife. After Mugabe's speech, Zanu-PF said impeachment proceedings would be launched on Tuesday in parliament. This would require a two-thirds majority in both chambers. Also, ZANU PF had set Monday as a deadline for Mugabe to resign but he didn't. The party has since summoned its MP's to discuss Mugabe's future. During last night's televised address, Mugabe.
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