BBC: Interview with President Carter on Zimbabwe

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Monday, 8 December, 2008

In a radio interview with the BBC, Jimmy Carter argues that Zimbabwe's neighbours have not been forceful enough in demanding action from President Robert Mugabe.

There is "bitter disappointment" with the current leadership of Zimbabwe, the Elders group of influential statesmen has said. Former US President Jimmy Carter says he wants to see Mugabe removed peacefully, but force could be used as a last resort.

Listen to the BBC interview.

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