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津巴布韦将举行后穆加贝时期首次大选

更新时间:2018/1/19 7:13:44 来源:本站原创 作者:佚名

President Emmerson Mnangagwa of Zimbabwe says the country will hold elections in four to five months, the first since the ouster of longtime ruler Robert Mugabe.

津巴布韦总统埃默森·姆南加古瓦表示,津巴布韦将于4到5个月内举行长期统治者穆加贝下台后的首次总统选举。

Mnangagwa made the pledge Wednesday during an official trip to neighboring Mozambique, according to a report in the state-owned Herald newspaper.

据国营的津巴布韦《先驱报》消息,姆南加古瓦星期三(1月17日)在对邻国莫桑比克进行正式访问期间做出上述承诺。

The Zimbabwean leader pledged to ensure free and fair elections to ensure Zimbabwe "engages the world as a qualified democratic state." Elections had been expected to be held in either July or August.

这位津巴布韦领导人承诺举行自由、公正的选举,确保津巴布韦“作为一个合格的民主国家跟世界接触”。预计选举将于7月或8月举行。

The 93-year-old Mugabe ruled Zimbabwe for 37 years before he was forced to resign under pressure last November after he was removed from power in a shock move by the military and lost support of lawmakers in his ruling ZANU-PF party.

统治津巴布韦37年、93岁的穆加贝去年11月在压力下被迫辞去总统职务,在那之前军方果断行动解除了穆加贝的职务,他还失去了他所在的执政党非洲民族联盟-爱国阵线内议员的支持。

During Mugabe's long rule, elections in Zimbabwe were marred by vote rigging and violence.

穆加贝长期统治期间,津巴布韦的选举受到操纵选票和暴力的玷污。

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