Sunday, February 17, 2008

Bush urges fair elections in Zimbabwe; Africa trip continues : Africa World

Nairobi - United States President Saint George Tungsten Bush, during a visit to United Republic Of Tanzania on Sunday, called for free and just elections in Zimbabwe, saying the people of the indisposed southern African state rate a authorities that respects human rights. Shrub was speaking after a meeting with his Tanzanian opposite number Jakaya Kikwete. Carnival elections inch Zimbawe, where much-criticized long-ruling President Henry Martin Robert Mugabe is standing for re-election in March, were also of planetary interest, he said.

Tanzania is the United States president's 2nd halt on his five-nation tour of Africa that kicked off in Republic Of Benin in Occident Africa on Saturday.

Bush and Kikwete on Lord'S Day signed a comprehensive 698-million- dollar understanding to battle poorness in the East African country. It takes to better infrastructure, electrification and entree to make clean H2O within the model of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals.

Bush is to go on to Rwanda, Republic Of Ghana and Republic Of Liberia during the visit, his 2nd to Africa and one in which he will concentrate especially on the fighting against poorness and diseases such as as acquired immune deficiency syndrome and malaria.

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