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ZIMBABWE

According to Zimbabwe's constitution, the president is head of state and ahead of government elected for a 6-year term by popular majority vote.

Parliament consists of the House of Assembly and has up to a 5-year life span. The House of Assembly has 120 members elected by the common-roll electorate, eight governors, 10 chiefs, 12 presidential appointees, the Speaker and the Attorney General.
CURRENT GOVERNMENT
President Mugabe, Robert
Vice President Msika, Joseph
Vice President Muzenda, Simon
Min. of Defense Sekeramayi, Sydney
Min. of Education, Sports, & Culture Chigwedere, Aeneas
Min. of Energy & Power Development Midzi, Amos
Min. of Environment & Tourism Nhema, Francis
Min. of Finance & Economic Development Murerwa, Herbert
Min. of Foreign Affairs Mudenge, Stan
Min. of Health & Child Welfare Parirenyatwa, David
Min. of Higher & Tertiary Education Chombo, Ignatius
Min. of Home Affairs Mohadi, Kembo
Min. of Industry & International Trade Mumbengegwi, Samuel
Min. of Justice, Legal, & Parliamentary Affairs Chinamasa, Patrick
Min. of Lands, Agriculture, & Rural Resettlement Made, Joseph
Min. of Local Govt., Public Works, & National Housing Chombo, Ignatius
Min. of Mines & Mining Development Chindori-Chininga, Edward
Min. of Public Service, Labor, & Social Welfare Moyo, July
Min. of Rural Resources & Water Development Mujuru, Joyce
Min. of Small & Medium Enterprise Development Nyoni, Sithembiso
Min. of Special Affairs in the President's Office Nkomo, John
Min. of Transport & Communications Mangwende, Witness
Min. of Youth Development, Gender, & Employment Creation Manyika, Elliot
Min. of State for Information & Publicity Moyo, Jonathan
Min. of State for National Security Goche, Nicholas
Min. of State for Science & Technology Development Muchena, Olivia
Min. of State for State Enterprises & Parastatals Mangwana, Paul
Min. of State for the Land Reform Program Bhuka, Flora
Governor, Central Bank Tsumba, Leonard
Ambassador to the US Mubako, Simbi Veke
Permanent Representative to the UN, New York Jokonya, Tichaona Joseph Benjamin