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Call for an end to the imperialist economic sanctions
Posted: Wednesday, April 20, 2005

By John Trimble
All-African People's Revolutionary Party

I would like to start by thanking the Embassy of Zimbabwe and Ambassador Mubako for this opportunity to share my experiences from visiting and living in Zimbabwe over the past 3 years. I hope this will help provide clarity on what actually is happening in Zimbabwe.

Since July 2002, I have made five visits to Zimbabwe, the longest being from August 2003 to August 2004 when I lived in Bulawayo and served as a Fulbright professor to the National University of Science and Technology. The most recent visits have been 3 weeks in December 2004 and a week in March 2005, just 2 weeks prior to the elections.

While living in Bulawayo, I was able to observe and follow the municipal elections and several by-elections (elections to fill the seats of deceased MPs and in one case the seat of an MDC MP who had abandoned his seat and moved to Britain). In all cases the process appeared fair and peaceful.
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American citizens and the rest of the world have been urged to call for an end to the racist immoral sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by western imperialist powers. The call was made by a representative of the All-African People's Revolutionary Party, Professor John Trimble, at a press conference in Washington DC, United States, on Wednesday.

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