Sotilasvallankaappaus Zimbabwessa

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Zimbabwessa tapahtuu. Sotilaat vallanneet kansallisen yleisradion. Hararen liepeillä tykistön ja konekiväärien tulitusta.

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Zimbabwe crisis: Army says it is 'targeting criminals', not Mugabe
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Image captionA military officer read out a statement on national TV early on Wednesday
Zimbabwe's military has read out a statement after taking over the national broadcaster, ZBC, saying it has taken action to "target criminals".

However, it said this was not "a military takeover of government" and President Robert Mugabe was safe.

Heavy gunfire and artillery were heard in northern suburbs of the capital, Harare, early on Wednesday.

Zimbabwe's envoy to South Africa, Isaac Moyo, earlier dismissed talk of a coup, saying the government was "intact".

The statement read out by the military came hours after soldiers overran the headquarters of ZBC. A man in military fatigues said: "We wish to assure the nation that his excellency the president... and his family are safe and sound and their security is guaranteed."

The statement added: "We are only targeting criminals around him who are committing crimes... that are causing social and economic suffering in the country. As soon as we have accomplished our mission, we expect that the situation will return to normalcy."

It is not clear who is leading the military action.

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Image captionArmoured vehicles were seen taking up positions on roads outside Harare on Tuesday
The UK Foreign Office advised Britons "currently in Harare to remain safely at home or in their accommodation until the situation becomes clearer".

The US embassy in Harare tweeted that it would be closed on Wednesday "due to ongoing uncertainty".

It also advised US citizens in Zimbabwe to "shelter in place" until further notice.

The latest events came hours after Zimbabwe's ruling party accused the country's army chief of "treasonable conduct" after he warned of possible military intervention.

General Constantino Chiwenga had challenged 93-year-old President Mugabe after he sacked the vice-president.

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Gen Chiwenga said the army was prepared to act to end purges within Mr Mugabe's Zanu-PF party.

Tensions were raised further on Tuesday when armoured vehicles were seen taking up positions on roads outside Harare, although their purpose was unclear.

Some staff at ZBC were manhandled when soldiers took over their offices in Harare late on Tuesday evening, sources told Reuters.

Workers were told that they "should not worry", a source added, and that soldiers were only there to protect the site.

The BBC's Shingai Nyoka, in Harare, said the sounds of heavy gunfire and artillery had been heard in northern suburbs where a number of government officials, including the president, live.

Gunfire was heard near Mr Mugabe's residence in the suburb of Borrowdale early on Wednesday, a witness told AFP news agency.

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Image captionZimbabwe Army General Constantino Chiwenga warned of a military takeover
Mr Mugabe sacked Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa last week, amid a row over succession.

Mr Mnangagwa had previously been seen as an heir to the president, but First Lady Grace Mugabe is now the clear front-runner.

The rivalry between Mrs Mugabe and Mr Mnangagwa has split Zanu-PF.

Last month, Mrs Mugabe warned of a possible coup plot, saying allies of Mr Mnangagwa were threatening the lives of those who didn't support him.

The Zanu-PF party said Gen Chiwenga's comments were "calculated to disturb national peace... [and] incite insurrection".

The party said it would never succumb to military threats, and that it "reaffirms the primacy of politics over the gun".

The leader of Zanu-PF's youth wing, Kudzai Chipanga, said the general did not have the full support of the entire military.

"It is our country and future at stake and we will not let any individual military man interfere with the leader of the party and legitimately voted president of this country," he told reporters on Tuesday.

The youth wing is a strong supporter of Grace Mugabe.

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Image captionGrace Mugabe is seen as a potential successor to her elderly husband
Gen Chiwenga's warning of possible military intervention came on Monday at a news conference at army headquarters where he was surrounded by senior army officers.

He said the "purging" within Zanu-PF was "clearly targeting members of the party with a liberation background", referring to the country's struggle for freedom from white minority rule.

"We must remind those behind the current treacherous shenanigans that when it comes to matters of protecting our revolution, the military will not hesitate to step in," he said.

Mr Mnangagwa is one such veteran of the 1970s war which ended white minority rule.
 
#2
Valtiovarainministeri pidätetty. Grace Mugaben liittolainen.

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The rare appearance of armoured vehicles outside Harare came a day after the head of the armed forces vowed to 'step in' to stop a political purge CREDIT: REUTERS
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  • Soldiers seen on streets of Harare
  • Explosions rock Zimbabwe capital in early hours of morning
  • Military 'takes over state broadcaster'
  • Army says Mugabe is 'safe and security is guaranteed'
  • Moves come amid rift between Mugabe and military
Zimbabwe's army denied it had carried out a coup after taking over the state broadcaster in the early of Wednesday, even as military vehicles took to the streets of the Zimbabwean capital and prolonged gunfire was heard near the presidential residence.

Military officers read an address live on state TV, saying President Robert Mugabe was "safe" and his "security is guaranteed".

"It is not a military takeover of government," an army spokesman said in a televised statement. "We wish to assure the nation that his excellency the president... and his family are safe and sound and their security is guaranteed.

"We are only targeting criminals around who him who are committing crimes that are causing social and economic suffering in the country in order to bring them to justice.

"As soon as we have accomplished our mission we expect that the situation will return to normalcy."

The address came hours after several loud explosions echoed across central Harare and troops seized the headquarters of the ZBC, Zimbabwe's state broadcaster.

Speculation had been mounting throughout the day that a coup was under way against Mr Mugabe, after the head of the armed forces threatened to "step in" over the sacking of an influential vice president.

Zimbabwe's ruling party accused General Constantine Chiwenga of treason over his comments, after the rare appearance of the military vehicles in Harare.

Gunfire erupted near Mr Mugabe's private residence in Harare in the early hours of Wednesday, a witness told AFP.

"From the direction of his house, we heard about 30 or 40 shots fired over three or four minutes soon after 2.00 am," a resident who lives close to Mugabe's mansion in the suburb of Borrowdale said.

Armed soldiers were assaulting passers-by in the early morning hours in Harare, according to the Associated Press, while officers were seen loading ammunition near a group of four military vehicles.

Aggressive soldiers told passing cars to keep moving through the darkness. "Don't try anything funny. Just go," one told a Reuters reporter on Harare Drive.


Zimbabwe Army General Constantino Chiwenga Commander of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces addresses a media conference held at the Zimbabwean Army Headquarters on November 13, 2017 in Harare CREDIT: AFP
Two hours later, soldiers overran ZBC, a principal Mugabe mouthpiece, and ordered staff to leave. Several ZBC workers were manhandled, two members of staff and a human rights activist said.

Shortly afterwards, three explosions rocked the centre of the southern African nation's capital, near the University of Zimbabwe campus, witnesses said.

The US embassy in Zimbabwe warned its citizens in the country to "shelter in place" due to "ongoing political uncertainty".

The UK embassy in Harare also urged British citizens to stay indoors during the 'uncertain situation'.

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Tensions have been building in Zimbabwe since Emmerson Mnangagwa, a powerful figure in the ruling Zanu-PF party, fled to South Africa last week after he was fired and was then stripped of his lifetime membership of the party.

The move was widely seen as part of a battle between Mr Mnangagwa and Grace Mugabe, the first lady, over the presidential succession when Mr Mugabe dies or steps down. The Zimbabwean president, who is 93, fights his last election next year.

Many expected Mrs Mugabe to be appointed vice president in Mr Mnangagwa’s place at the Zanu PF special congress next month.

Gen Chiwenga, an ally of Mr Mnangagwa, demanded on Monday that Mr Mugabe immediately cease “purging” the former vice president's allies in the party and in government.


Armed Zimbabwean soldiers sit on top of a military tank in Harare, Zimbabwe in the early hours of Wednesday CREDIT: AP
"We must remind those behind the current treacherous shenanigans that when it comes to matters of protecting our revolution, the military will not hesitate to step in," the head of the armed forces commander said.

In a statement issued on Tuesday evening, Zanu-PF accused Gen Chiwenga of "treasonable conduct."

Earlier on Tuesday Kudzai Chipanga, the leader of Zanu-PF's youth wing, accused Gen Chiwenga of stealing billions of rands and said his movement would act to protect the president.

"We as Zanu-PF youth league are a lion which has awakened and found its voice, therefore we will not sit idly and fold our hands whilst cheap potshots and threats are made against Mugabe,” he said in a statement widely released on social media.


Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe CREDIT: AFP
The governments of South Africa and Zambia on Tuesday warned military leaders in Harare not to take any “unconstitutional” steps to avenge Mr Mnangagwa.

Senior military sources in Johannesburg and Pretoria said they warned Gen Chiwenga to avoid any "disruption to the constitution" after the military convoys were spotted on Tuesday afternoon.

South African diplomatic sources said late Tuesday that Zambian president Edgar Lungu also warned General Chiwenga to ensure that Zimbabwe’s constitution was respected.


President Robert Mugabe listens to his wife Grace Mugabe at a rally of his ruling ZANU-PF party in Harare CREDIT: REUTERS
A source living close to Mr Mugabe’s mansion said: “We presume any coup plotters would know that Zimbabwe would run out of fuel in a week or so, and that South Africa would likely cut off electricity. Zimbabwe is a landlocked country and cannot survive if all borders were closed."

A military intervention in Zimbabwean politics would be fraught with difficulties.

The African Union and the regional 15-nation Southern African Development Community are both on record that they do not recognise any authority which comes to power via a coup d’etat.

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4:25am
Finance minister 'arrested'
Zimbabwe's military has detained Finance Minister Ignatius Chombo, a government source told Reuters.

Chombo was a leading member of the so-called 'G40' faction of the ruling ZANU-PF party, led by Mugabe's wife Grace, that had been vying to succeed the 93-year-old president.
 
#3
Ilmeisesti Robert Mugabe ja lähipiiri ovat nyt kotiarestissa ja erotettu varapresidentti ottaa vallan käsiinsä. Mugabe siirretty syrjään.

6:55am
Zanu PF says there was a 'bloodless transition'


Zanu PF, the country's ruling party, has reacted to the actions overnight, calling it a "bloodless transition".

"Last night the first family was detained and are safe, both for the constitution and the sanity of the nation this was necessary. Neither Zimbabwe nor ZANU are owned by Mugabe and his wife. Today begins a fresh new era and comrade Mnangagwa will help us achieve a better Zimbabwe.
 
#7
Zimbabwessa ei ole tapahtunut vallankaappausta.

On tehty päätös väliintulosta, koska perustuslakiamme on horjutettu. Puolueen mukaan armeijan toimissa ei ole kyse vallankaappauksesta, vaan "verettömästä vallanvaihdosta", jonka yhteydessä korruptoituneita ja kieroja henkilöitä on pidätetty. Puolue väitti myös, että "vaimo hyväksikäytti iäkästä miestä", viitaten ilmeisesti presidenttipariin. Grace Mugabesta oltiin tekemässä seuraavaa varapresidenttiä ja mahdollisesti myös miehensä seuraajaa maan johdossa.

Viime yönä ensimmäinen perhe pidätettiin ja he ovat turvassa. Tämä oli tarpeellista sekä perustuslain että valtion terveyden vuoksi. Mugabe ja hänen vaimonsa eivät omista Zimbabwea tai Zanua. Tänään alkaa uusi aikakausi ja Mnangagwa auttaa meitä saavuttamaan paremman Zimbabwen.
Eli ilmeisesti armeija ei halua valtaan vaan tässä vain siivotaan Mugaben dynastia takavasemmalle ja tehdään tilaa a) oikeudenmukaisemmalle hallinnolle b) uudelle paskadiktaattorille. Nähtäväksi jää kumpaa on tiedossa.

http://www.iltalehti.fi/ulkomaat/201711152200533791_ul.shtml?ref=juurinyt_desktop
 

Leaderwolf

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#8
Eli ilmeisesti armeija ei halua valtaan vaan tässä vain siivotaan Mugaben dynastia takavasemmalle ja tehdään tilaa a) oikeudenmukaisemmalle hallinnolle b) uudelle paskadiktaattorille. Nähtäväksi jää kumpaa on tiedossa.

http://www.iltalehti.fi/ulkomaat/201711152200533791_ul.shtml?ref=juurinyt_desktop
Maankolkan tietäen, luultavasti paskadiktaattori. Voi jopa aloittaa puhtain sydämin aikomuksena tehdä hyvää kansalle, mutta tuollapäin sellaisetkin tuntuvat ajan kanssa muuttuvan diktaattoreiksi. Tämä armeijan väliintulo oli kyllä erittäin hyvä asia. Antaa edes maalle mahdollisuuden. Mikä tahansa taitaa olla parempi kuin Grace Mugabe johtajana kuten olisi ilman armeijaa käynyt.
 
#9
Mugaben olisi saanut siirtää syrjään jo paljon aikaisemmin. Hienon farssin tekivät WHO:ssakin..

"In October 2017, the World Health Organisation (WHO) appointed Mugabe as a goodwill ambassador; this attracted criticism from both the Zimbabwean opposition and various foreign governments given the poor state of the Zimbabwean health system.[389] Responding to the outcry, WHO revoked Mugabe's appointment a day later.[390] In response foreign minister Walter Mzembi said the United Nations system should be reformed"
 
#10
Mugabe lahetti aikoinaan armeijan Kongon puolelle "turvaamaan" timanttikaivokset... eikohan jotain jaanyt naiden kenraalien taskuunkin. Grace olisi varmaan pyytanyt ne pois, taskunpohjalta, jotta voisi ostaa lisaa helmia kaulaansa ja ylellisyyskelloja jalkikasvulleen: No Deal, no dice
 
#11
Onko tämä vallankaappaus vai vastavallankaappaus?

Mugaben vanhat kamut eivät tainneet tykätä siitä, että Grace lähti työntämään heitä syrjään vaan työnsivät takaisin ja työntäessään käyttivät konevoimaa hyväksi?

Mugabe lienee ollut jo jonkin aikaa henkiseltä kunnoltaan niitä vanhainkodin lastenosaston sankareita?

Erityisen kiinnostavaa tässä on se, että tuleeko uusvanha tai vanha uusi johto kuuntelemaan myös sellaisia tahoja, jotka ymmärtävät jotain taloudesta, hallinnoimisesta ja tuottavuudesta vai mennäänkö vanhalla tutulla "syödään naapurin siemenviljat niin puolen vuoden päästä voidaan syyttää sitä siitä, ettei kellään oo leipää" -periaatteella?

Ketkä tuntevat tuota maailmankolkkaa parhaiten? Bwana? Joku muu?
 

Bwana

Luutnantti
#12
En ole tuolla suunnalla ollut liki kahdeksaan vuoteen mutta onhan tuon kolkan asioita edelleen säännöllisen epäsäännöllisesti tullut kanssa seurattua. Eräänlaista lukkarinrakkautta noita seutuuja kohtaan, ja Zim kuitenkin oli/on vieläkin yksi mahdollinen asemapaikka.

Kyllähän Bob on ollut jo aika päivää päästään täysin kypsä. Eräänlaisena opetettuna sirkuskarhuna häntä vuosi sitten Ugandassakin näytettiin Musevenin (joka on muuten aika korkealla tuolla "kauimmin vallassa roikkuneet despootit"-listalla) viime kertaisissa virkaanastujaisissa. Saapui asuinhotellissaan järjestettyyn iltabankettiin puolessa välissä tilaisuutta, haukkui valkoiset, nukahteli pöytäänsä jne.

Tämä "uusi" heppuhan on ZANU-PF:n puoluekaadereita parhaasta päästä ja entinen vakoilupalvelun päämies, eli ei liene syytä odottaa mitään kovin rivakkaa purren reivaamista. Puolueen sisäisestä valtataistostahan tuossa on ollut kyse. Grace Mugabe teki kyllä pahan strategis-taktisen virheen kenkiessään (sillä eihän Bob ole noita päätöksiä enää tehnyt herran aikaan) Mnangagwan puolueesta. G. Mugabellahan on ollut jo muutamia vuosia oma G40-ryhmänsä, jota on ajettu valtaan kuin käärmettä pyssyyn. Nyt kävi sitten vaan niin, että jopa ZANU:n nuorisojärjestö päätti olla tukematta mamma-Mugaben (jolla on mm. etsintäkuulutus Etelä-Afrikassa niskassaan kun oli hakannut puhelimella poikiensa hotellihuoneesta löytyneen huoran. Ja kaikkea muuta tosi tasapainoisen henkilön käytöstä) valtaannoustamista. War Veterans:han jo ilmoittivat aiemmin tänään tämän vallanvaihdon sopivan heille. Sinänsä tuo veteraanien hyväksyntä indikoi vähän siihen suuntaan, että asiat saattavat jopa pahentua Zimbabwessa. He kun ovat olleet yleisen tyytymättömiä maan puutteeseensa jne.

Etelä-Afrikan puolustusministeri on nyt matkustanut myös Zimbabween, eli taitavat pelätä pakolaisaaltoa tms.

Jännästihän nämä tapahtumat sattuivat viikko Zimbabwen puolustusministerin Kiinan vierailun jälkeen. Ja taisihan siellä Kiinassa olla joku toinen pamppu ihan tässä hiljan...
 
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mamma-Mugabe[n] (jolla on mm. etsintäkuulutus Etelä-Afrikassa niskassaan kun oli hakannut puhelimella poikiensa hotellihuoneesta löytyneen huoran. Ja kaikkea muuta tosi tasapainoisen henkilön käytöstä
Tuohan jaa selvasti jalkeen Winnien apureilleen ohjeistamasta ruoskintahommasta; toisaalta se oli naapurivaltion valtapuolueen nuorisojarjeston sisainen asia... eli ei kuulu Zimbabween, eika edes valtaa pitaviin puolueisiin; maan tapoihin kyllakin.
 
#14
Jännästihän nämä tapahtumat sattuivat viikko Zimbabwen puolustusministerin Kiinan vierailun jälkeen. Ja taisihan siellä Kiinassa olla joku toinen pamppu ihan tässä hiljan.
Hyvin hoxittu.

Kissiger tapasi Smithin syyskuussa 1974. Tama sitten meni telkkariin kertomaan valkoisille, etta 2 v:n sisalla tama "juttu" on loppu.

No, sitten:
In April/May 1979, following an “internal settlement” in Rhodesia, elections were held for a Parliament with an African majority. On June 1st, Bishop Abel Muzorewa took office as Prime Minister of ‘Zimbabwe-Rhodesia.’ Having conceded power to an African majority government, white Rhodesians expected Britain to recognize the Muzorewa regime and end crippling sanctions. However, contrary to her election promises, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher withheld recognition and maneuvered the Muzorewa government into accepting new elections inclusive of Joshua Nkomo and Robert Mugabe, who led the ‘Patriotic Front,’ against which Rhodesian security forces had been fighting for years. Thatcher's refusal to recognize the Muzorewa government ultimately allowed Mugabe to take power, an outcome highly unsatisfactory to most whites.
- ei siina viela kaikki.

Heti kun Mugaben sissijoukot saivat laillisuuden leiman, niin olikos se niiden ydin, P. Korean kouluttama 59. prikaati , joka lahetettiin piispa Muzorewan kannatuksen ydinmaille (Bulawayo) polttamaan ja havittamaan... ja niin havisi valitut edustajat, oikeat vaalit ja kaikki muukin, mika demokratiaan viittaa. Tosin, koska puska-jusseissa ei juurikaan ollut koulutettua vakea, niin nk. 10:n vuoden stand-still julkishallinnon ja armeijan osalta - joka oli vallanvaihdon (sen ensimmaisen, valkoisilta pois) yhteydessa sovittu - oli viela 12 vuoden jalkeen pystyssa (kun viimeksi kavin)... mutta akkia se siita mureni.

Ydinsana: Pohjois-Korea
- joku kertoi jollekin, etta nyt se niiden peli on loppu
... ja akkiahan se sitten loppuikin

Tuosta Thatcher jutusta viela sen verran, etta vaalivoittoansa edeltanyt tyovaenpuolueen hallitus oli kysynyt armeijan paallikolta voitaisiinko Rhodesiaan intervenoida? Vastaus oli: Kyllahan se onnistuu, mutta ette ehka ole ajatellut, kumman osapuolen rinnalle joukkomme liittyisivat.
- se jai kuolleena syntyneeksi ajatukseksi
- Thatcher puhui pashaa (tiesiko edes, missa ko. maa oli) saadakseen puolueelleen inhimilliset kasvot (poika paljastui myohemmin tuon alueen asekaupoistaan)
- oliko lisaa peittelya, vai paikoilleen jatetyn (pitkaan jatkuneen Labour-kauden) virkamiehiston junailua tuo alyttomyys, miksi Bob ja nuorikkonsa siella tahan asti ovat saaneet haarata
 

baikal

Ylipäällikkö
Lahjoittaja
#16
Jännästihän nämä tapahtumat sattuivat viikko Zimbabwen puolustusministerin Kiinan vierailun jälkeen. Ja taisihan siellä Kiinassa olla joku toinen pamppu ihan tässä hiljan..
Kiinahan tässä taustalla seilaa, minusta se on enemmän kuin selvää. Kiina osaa kolonisoida siinä missä muutkin isot toimijat.
 
#17
Pieni toivon pilkahdus:

"At the same time there is talk of the establishment of a transition government that would involve members of ZANU-PF, possibly Morgan Tzvangirai, the leader of the opposition, and the postponement or abolition of the December elections."
 

SJ

Ylipäällikkö
Lahjoittaja
#18
Asiasta mielenkiintoiseen, mitä vaunuja nuo on millä nuo ajelee? En nyt heti tunnista.
 
#19
Asiasta mielenkiintoiseen, mitä vaunuja nuo on millä nuo ajelee? En nyt heti tunnista.
Lista Zimbabwen armeijan ajoneuvoista.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zimbabwe_National_Army#Vehicles_and_Towed_Artillery

Vaunut ovat kiinalaisvalmisteisia Norincon Type 63, -85 ja -90 kuljetus- ja rynnäkköpanssarivaunuja.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_63_(armoured_personnel_carrier)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_85_AFV
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_90_AFV
 
#20
Tassa myllakassa Zimbabwen armeija oli moderneimmasta paasta
nine African countries and around twenty armed groups became involved in the war.[8] By 2008, the war and its aftermath had caused 5.4 million deaths, principally through disease and starvation,[9] making the Second Congo War the deadliest conflict worldwide since World War II.[10] Another 2 million were displaced from their homes or sought asylum in neighbouring countries.[7][11]
eika kukaan (lehdiston uutisoinnin keskittyessa siviiliuhreihin) huomannutkaan, kun Bob & kenraalinsa kavivat kahveltamassa timantit.
- joku varmaan muisti lahettaa heillekin kehitysapua taskurahojen jatkeeksi... etta sillain

Namakin hitaat hamalaiset (pari vuotta kun tuota oli jatkunut) herasivat vihdoin:
the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank placed their aid programmes to Harare under review, denying Mugabe the foreign currency he needed to buy spares valued at $600,000,000 for fighting vehicles then employed in the Congo
- siella oli vanhat E. Afrikan ps-pyora-ajoneuvot (joilla oli taisteltu Angolan puskasodat), ent. Rhodesian Hunterit ja Hawkit ja vaikka mita ita-kamaa (kaikki kuitenkin vanhahkoa)
 
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