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Zimbabwe: The Dictator has fallen, but not the Dictatorship!

The result announced by Zimbabwe´s electoral commission (ZEC) affirms that even after Mugabe´s fall the regime is still a dictatorship. The discontent of the working class continuous growing. By: Américo Gomes Even with a millionaire campaign, a dictatorial legislation, the control of the process, and troops in the streets, the candidate...

Palace coup between the ruling cliques

 A new bourgeoisie emerged in several countries with totalitarian, Bonapartist, and dictatorial regimes, from privileged relationship of the State bureaucracy with the State apparatus. The example in Latin America is the “Boli-bourgeoisie” form Venezuela. But in the African continent, this happens more regularly: in several countries, a black “rentier”...

Coup in Zimbabwe: Mugabe Out, Militaries Out!

During the night of November 15, the Zimbabwe Army carried out a coup d’état. In an operation in which hundreds of soldiers and tanks took the streets of the capital Harare, the military leaders arrested the president Robert Mugabe, of 93 years, and his wife Grace, which was supposed...

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