harare - The Zimbabwean parliament starts Tuesday with talks about the deposition procedure of President Robert Mugabe.
The chairman of the parliament announced that the full parliament would meet at a hotel on Tuesday afternoon to discuss the procedure for dismissal.
Among other things, there will be a vote on a motion to sell Mugabe presented by Mugabe's party ZANU-PF and the opposition. Mugabe (93), according to his opponents, is too old to rule any longer as president over land. They also want to prevent Mugabe from pushing his wife Grace forward as a successor.
The leaders of South Africa and Angola are traveling to Zimbabwe on Wednesday to talk with the parties involved about the resignation of President Mugabe. Both President Jacob Zuma and his colleague Joao Lourenco announced the trip on Tuesday.