Former Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe on Monday voted in the country’s first election after his resignation. About it reports AFP.
Recall that in Zimbabwe today held the first General elections since the resignation of President Robert Mugabe. In the plebiscite attended by about 5 million 500 thousand people. Zimbabweans will choose its new leadership after nearly 40 years of rule by one person. The top post in Zimbabwe claims to be acting President of the country’s 75-year-old Emmerson Mnangagwa. He came to power after the soft coup, carried out by the military.