News:Mugabe Advises Zambian President On How To Deal With Violent Opposition. Says Democratic States Don't Entertain Violent Organisations

<vote /> While giving an address representing Southern African Development Community leaders at the inauguration of Zambian President Edgar Lungu in Lusaka today, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe advised Lungu on how to deal with violent opposition.

He said,

We say the message, the revolutionary message of freedom, of independence without outside interference should be the message everywhere in Africa now but that message of freedom and independence can only be enhanced if we maintain democracy in our states and democratic states are peaceful states. Democratic states do not entertain nor can they be expected to tolerate organisations which are violent, organisations which want to use violent means to get to power, NO and I am glad that in Zambia all has been peaceful.

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