Zimbabwe war vets to launch court case to legalize military action to oust Mugabe

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November 20, 2017 10:51
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HARARE - The leader of Zimbabwe's war veterans Chris Mutsvangwa said on Monday he would initiate court action to legalize the military action against President Robert Mugabe after the army seized power on Wednesday.

The 93-year-old president defied expectations that he would resign in a national address on Sunday night during which he was flanked by military generals.

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