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    Post by Guest on Sat Jan 22 2011, 17:05

    Immediately after the election in Ivory Coast, Botswana joined the African Union, the United Nations, the European Union and the United States in endorsing Ouattara as the winner of the disputed presidential elections.
    At the time, Khama's government called upon all political entities, including the Constitutional Council of Ivory Coast, to respect the decision of the Independent Electoral Commission in declaring Ouattara the rightful winner of the elections.
    "The government of Botswana is deeply concerned about African leaders who reject elections results that are not in their favour.
    "Such actions not only deny people the right to have leaders of their choice, but also thwart efforts to maintain peace and security on the African continent," the statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation says.
    Botswana took similar actions two years ago after controversial parliamentary and presidential elections in neighboring Zimbabwe, declaring that Robert Mugabe was not democratically elected and saying it would not recognize him as that country's leader. Botswana officials also vowed not to attend any AU or Southern African Development Community (SADC) meetings if Mugabe was invited.
    However, the government of Botswana softened its stance after Mugabe and his rival, Morgan Tsvangirai, formed a national unity government to ease Zimbabwe's economic and political predicament.
    Botswana also did not recognise the leadership of Andry Rajoelina, after he was sworn in early last year as the transitional president of Madagascar. The government of Botswana issued a statement saying the former disc jockey and mayor of Madagascar's capital should hand over power to the constitutionally elected leader Marc Ravalomanana. Rajoelina and his military-led supporters forced Ravalomanana to step down, and although Rajoelina entered into a power-sharing agreement, it has yet to be implemented.


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    Post by momotrowa on Wed Feb 02 2011, 19:12

    is that a news or what?.. Big Grin
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    Post by Tonedz on Fri Oct 28 2011, 12:19

    bat may live links sa hulihan parang nahahalata ito ah hehehe :p


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