Zimbabwe – 2008

Author: Sandy McLachlan


Zimbabwe - 2008

It has been six years since Robert Mugabe’s Presidency was contested by his arch rival Morgan Tsvangirai. Now the country finds itself torn between the legacy of the ZANU PF and the rising tide of the MDC. With the progressive factions gaining traction, Mugabe faces the reality that he could lose control of the House of Assembly for the first time since independence.”


Note: This scenario was designed using Prime Minister Forever – Canada 2006 v. 1.03.7