Elections Hold Key to Zimbabwe's Future Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe made his last pitch to voters Wednesday, the eve of the country's parliamentary elections. NPR's Madeleine Brand speaks with Abe McLaughlin of the Christian Science Monitor in Zimbabwe about the impact that the elections might have for the nation's future.

Elections Hold Key to Zimbabwe's Future

Elections Hold Key to Zimbabwe's Future

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Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe made his last pitch to voters Wednesday, the eve of the country's parliamentary elections. NPR's Madeleine Brand speaks with Abe McLaughlin of the Christian Science Monitor in Zimbabwe about the impact that the elections might have for the nation's future.

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