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Campaign: Army Operation and Years

campaign: But none has taken such direct aim at Mnangagwa as the new documentary on the army operation he supported as state security minister between 1983 and 1987, according to Vancouver Courier. Gukurahundi genocide 36 years later is named after that campaign. The screening in the capital, Harare, would have been almost impossible under former leader Robert Mugabe, who led the country for 37 years and resigned following military intervention in November.article continues below Trending Stories Vision Vancouver dumps council candidate one day before election This is what a Vancouver rental scam looks like These are the three most likely outcomes of Vancouver election Here's who's running for city council in Vancouver this election President Emmerson Mnangagwa, a longtime Mugabe loyalist and enforcer who succeeded him, has tolerated documentaries and plays critical of the government amid promises of a flowering of democracy. During Operation Gukurahundi the early rains that blow away the chaff in the local Shona language - a North Korean-trained brigade rampaged through the southwestern provinces of Matabeleland, leaving 10,000 to 20,000 civilians dead. Like his predecessor, Mnangagwa has refused to apologize but said he will accept recommendations of a national peace and reconciliation commission conducting public hearings on the atrocities. That's according to a 1997 report by the Catholic Commission on Peace and Justice that drew on more than 1,000 interviews and is seen as the most authoritative account. ( As reported in the news.