dimanche 7 juillet 2013

Zimbabwe: Minister calls for denying men sex to boost votes.

In Zimbabwe, after Mugabe, the winner is abstention.

         To encourage Zimbabweans to go to the polls, the Minister of Regional Integration and International Cooperation called on all women in her country to deny their husbands sex.
         When the seriousness blends with hilarious! This is happening in Zimbabwe and is signed Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga. The Zimbabwean Minister think I found the answer in the fight against the high abstention of men, who often send their wives to vote for them.
         The solution is simple: women are called to deny their husbands sex. One method that may seem surprising, but has been proven in other African countries, but also in the world. Minister defends himself: "It has been done to end the wars," she says to the local press. And according to her, the concept has been "very successful".

33 years of non-challenge

         Eternal President who has served 33 years chained elections, defeating all his rivals. Often with methods that he is the only person to hold the secret, what is the origin of the political crisis for several years. But some, including Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga think that abstention is a cause that makes it easy to Mugabe. And men of the country are overwhelmingly responsible for this situation.
         Despite appeals and campaign participation, they do not change their behavior. Sufficient for the Minister flips up on women. And as the saying goes, what a woman wants, God wants. Or rather the man wants and bows. In any case, she is convinced. "You have a responsibility,"
says Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga. "We women, we can not only lead this fight. We need people on our side. And ask them nicely if not enough, we deprive them of a thing, which we know will miss them very much. "
         "We are not asking you to go to war, we just ask you to vote,"
she said to the men. This call for deprivation of sex he will bear fruit? For more information, visit July 31, scheduled for election date for more ...
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Houssam Ankili, article published July 6, 2013 in Afrik.com

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