Since the signing and launch of the global political agreement in Zimbabwe in September 2008 and February 2009, the country`s policy has been shaken by a number of recurring problems, although they have allowed for some political and economic stabilization. The agreement with its inclusive support government was created […] … the terms of the 2008 Global Political Agreement (GPA), which attempted to end a political crisis in Zimbabwe. The structure of the executive was changed, which led to the creation of a prime minister and the creation of two deputy prime minister posts. … The Power Sharing Agreement, known as the Global Political Agreement, on September 15, 2008. Under the agreement, Mugabe would remain president, but would cede some power to Tsvangirai, who would serve as prime minister; Mutambara would serve as deputy prime minister. When Brian Raftopoulos looks at the wide range of Zimbabwe`s political landscape at the end of 2011, it becomes clear that all political forces are locked in a kind of indecision. The dilemmas of leadership renewal, electoral strategy and a broad vision of the future lead to […] Introduction The President stated that the situation in Zimbabwe was very important not only for South Africa, but also for the Southern African Development Community (ADC) region and that it was in South Africa`s national interest to monitor what is happening in Zimbabwe while accepting the work of the various stakeholders and , in particular, by those participating in the Global Political Agreement (GPA). The President congratulated President Barack Obama, on behalf of the committee, on his decisive victory in the U.S. election. For the sake of the committee`s guests, he said that the dialogue should allow the committee to make recommendations to the National Assembly on how it could help resolve the situation.
The President welcomed the presence of representatives; Movement for Democratic Change – Tsvangirai (MDC-T), Movement for Democratic Change – Ncube (MDC-N), European Union (EU), Coalition in Zimbabwe, Solidarity Peace Trust, Zimbabwe Election Support Network and Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights. He added that the Zimbabwe African National Union – Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) had refused to send a representative when the embassy was contacted. Eu representative Igor Driesmans, second Secretary of the European Union: European Union delegation, said that the EU`s objective in Zimbabwe since the formation of the Government of National Unity in 2009 was to achieve a complete normalisation of EU relations with Zimbabwe.