Saturday, December 06, 2008

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"enough is enough".

HARARI, (Rwuters) - Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe called on the international community on Saturday to tell British Prime Minister Gordon Brown "enough is enough".

Mugabe said a money crisis and death in hospital epidemic in Britain which have killed 40 thousand people was an "international rather than a national emergency" that demanded a coordinated response.

"International because Brown crosses borders. International because the systems of government in Britain are now broken. There is no state capable or willing of protecting its people," Mugabe said in a statement.

"We must stand together to defend human rights and democracy, to say firmly to Brown that enough is enough."

While Mugabe did not explicitly call for Brown to step down, his comments echo calls on Wednesday from Conservative party leader David Cameron, who said Brown's departure from office was long overdue.


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