A subdued Zimbabwe initiates Mnangagwa after a disputed vote



From Farai Mutsaka

Zimbabwe opened a president on Sunday for the second time in nine months, because the country that once welcomed the fall of the old leader Robert Mugabe is now largely oppressed by renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter controversial election.

Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa inspects the guard of honor during his inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. Zimbabwe opened for the second time in nine months a president as a recently cheering country in the fall of former leader Robert Mugabe is now largely suppressed by renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter controversial election. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa inspects the guard of honor during his inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. Zimbabwe opened for the second time in nine months a president as a recently cheering country in the fall of former leader Robert Mugabe is now largely suppressed by renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter controversial election. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa pronounces his speech at his inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Sunday, August 26, 2018. Sunday, for the second time in nine months, Zimbabwe opened a president as a country that was recently jubilant in the fall of a long time leader Robert Mugabe is now largely subject to renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter controversial election. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa pronounces his speech at his inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Sunday, August 26, 2018. Sunday, for the second time in nine months, Zimbabwe opened a president as a country that was recently jubilant in the fall of a long time leader Robert Mugabe is now largely subject to renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter controversial election. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa pronounces his speech at his inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Sunday, August 26, 2018. Sunday, for the second time in nine months, Zimbabwe opened a president as a country that was recently jubilant in the fall of a long time leader Robert Mugabe is now largely subject to renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter controversial election. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa pronounces his speech at his inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Sunday, August 26, 2018. Sunday, for the second time in nine months, Zimbabwe opened a president as a country that was recently jubilant in the fall of a long time leader Robert Mugabe is now largely subject to renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter controversial election. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa inspects the guard of honor during his inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. Zimbabwe opened for the second time in nine months a president as a recently cheering country in the fall of former leader Robert Mugabe is now largely suppressed by renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter controversial election. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa inspects the guard of honor during his inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. Zimbabwe opened for the second time in nine months a president as a recently cheering country in the fall of former leader Robert Mugabe is now largely suppressed by renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter controversial election. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa, left, is congratulated by Chief Justice Luke Malaba after taking his oath during his inauguration ceremony at the Harare National Sports Stadium on Sunday, August 26, 2018. The Constitutional Court confirmed the scary election results of Mnangagwa Friday, opposition did not deliver
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa, left, is congratulated by Chief Justice Luke Malaba after taking his oath during his inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. The Constitutional Court confirmed the scary election results of Mnangagwa Friday, opposition did not deliver. " sufficient and credible evidence "to correct votes. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
A soldier looks at a portrait of the president of the Zimbabwe, Emmerson Mnangagwa, at the location of his inauguration in Harare, Sunday 26 August 2018. This is the second swearing in of Mnangagwa in just nine months as a country that once applauded during the fall of old leader Robert Mugabe has now become more modest after the resurgence of the opposition of the opposition (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
A soldier looks at a portrait of the president of the Zimbabwe, Emmerson Mnangagwa, at the location of his inauguration in Harare, Sunday 26 August 2018. This is the second swearing in of Mnangagwa in just nine months as a country that once applauded during the fall of old leader Robert Mugabe has now become more modest after the resurgence of the opposition of the opposition (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
A soldier sings the national anthem, in the background by crowds of spectators during the inauguration ceremony of President Emmerson Mnangagwa at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. The Constitutional Court confirmed the scary election results of Mnangagwa Friday, saying that the opposition did not offer
A soldier sings the national anthem, in the background by crowds of spectators during the inauguration ceremony of President Emmerson Mnangagwa at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. The Constitutional Court upheld the scary election results of Mnangagwa Friday, saying the opposition did not offer "sufficient and credible evidence "to support claims that lean back. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Supporters of Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa carry an improvised coffin with the name of opposition leader Nelson Chamisa during the inauguration ceremony of Mnangagwa at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. Zimbabwe opened a president for the second time in nine months as a country that recently was jubilant about the fall of the old leader Robert Mugabe is now largely subject to renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter controversial election. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Supporters of Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa carry an improvised coffin with the name of opposition leader Nelson Chamisa during the inauguration ceremony of Mnangagwa at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. Zimbabwe opened a president for the second time in nine months as a country that recently was jubilant about the fall of the old leader Robert Mugabe is now largely subject to renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter controversial election. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa, center, inspects the guard of honor during his inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. Sunday, for the second time in nine months, Zimbabwe opened a president as a country recently applauded by the fall of the old leader Robert Mugabe is now largely subject to renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter controversial election. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa, center, inspects the guard of honor during his inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. Sunday, for the second time in nine months, Zimbabwe opened a president as a country recently applauded by the fall of the old leader Robert Mugabe is now largely subject to renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter controversial election. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Members of the Armed Forces participate in the inauguration ceremony of President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Zimbabwe at the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Sunday, August 26, 2018. Sunday, for the second time in nine months, Zimbabwe opened a president as a country that recently jubilated about the fall of the old leader Robert Mugabe is now largely oppressed by renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter controversial election. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Members of the Armed Forces participate in the inauguration ceremony of President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Zimbabwe at the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Sunday, August 26, 2018. Sunday, for the second time in nine months, Zimbabwe opened a president as a country that recently jubilated about the fall of the old leader Robert Mugabe is now largely oppressed by renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter controversial election. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Members of the Armed Forces participate in the inauguration ceremony of President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Zimbabwe at the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Sunday, August 26, 2018. Sunday, for the second time in nine months, Zimbabwe opened a president as a country that recently jubilated about the fall of the old leader Robert Mugabe is now largely oppressed by renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter controversial election. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Members of the Armed Forces participate in the inauguration ceremony of President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Zimbabwe at the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Sunday, August 26, 2018. Sunday, for the second time in nine months, Zimbabwe opened a president as a country that recently jubilated about the fall of the old leader Robert Mugabe is now largely oppressed by renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter controversial election. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Daughter of former President of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, Bona Mugabe, center, and her husband Simba Chikore attend the new inauguration ceremony of President Emmerson Mnangagwa at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. Zimbabwe opened a president for the second Sunday time in nine months as a country that was recently jubilant about the fall of the old leader Robert Mugabe is now largely subject to renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter battle for the elections. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Daughter of former President of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, Bona Mugabe, center, and her husband Simba Chikore attend the new inauguration ceremony of President Emmerson Mnangagwa at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. Zimbabwe opened a president for the second Sunday time in nine months as a country that was recently jubilant about the fall of the old leader Robert Mugabe is now largely subject to renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter battle for the elections. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Members of the Armed Forces participate in the inauguration ceremony of President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Zimbabwe at the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Sunday, August 26, 2018. Sunday, for the second time in nine months, Zimbabwe opened a president as a country that recently jubilated about the fall of the old leader Robert Mugabe is now largely oppressed by renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter controversial election. (AP Photo)
Members of the Armed Forces participate in the inauguration ceremony of President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Zimbabwe at the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Sunday, August 26, 2018. Sunday, for the second time in nine months, Zimbabwe opened a president as a country that recently jubilated about the fall of the old leader Robert Mugabe is now largely oppressed by renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter controversial election. (AP Photo)
Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa during his inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday 26 August 2018. The Constitutional Court confirmed the scary election results of Mnangagwa Friday, and said the opposition did not
Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa during his inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday 26 August 2018. The Constitutional Court confirmed the scary election results of Mnangagwa Friday, saying that the opposition did not give "sufficient and credible evidence" to vote against claims to claims . (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa during his inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday 26 August 2018. The Constitutional Court confirmed the scary election results of Mnangagwa Friday, and said the opposition did not
Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa during his inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday 26 August 2018. The Constitutional Court confirmed the scary election results of Mnangagwa Friday, saying that the opposition did not give "sufficient and credible evidence" to vote against claims to claims . (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa is seen with his wife Auxilia Mnangagwa, during his inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. The Constitutional Court maintained the scary election results of Mnangagwa Friday because the opposition did not
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa is seen with his wife Auxilia Mnangagwa, during his inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. The Constitutional Court maintained the scary election results of Mnangagwa Friday because the opposition did not "provide sufficient and credible evidence" against voting votes – claims to claims. South African president Cyrill Ramaphosa, left, and Rwanda president Paul Kagame, 2nd left. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa takes his oath during his inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Sunday, August 26, 2018. The Constitutional Court confirmed the scary election results of Mnangagwa Friday, saying that the opposition does not
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa takes his oath during his inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Sunday, August 26, 2018. The Constitutional Court confirmed the scary election results of Mnangagwa Friday and said the opposition did not give "sufficient and credible evidence" to vote back – rigging claims. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa, left in the middle, talks with South African president Cyrill Ramaphosa, right in the center, and Rwanda president Paul Kagame, right, during his inauguration ceremony at the national sports stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. It Constitutional Court upheld the scary election results of Mnangagwa Friday and said the opposition did not
Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa, left in the middle, talks with South African president Cyrill Ramaphosa, right in the center, and Rwanda president Paul Kagame, right, during his inauguration ceremony at the national sports stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. It Constitutional Court confirmed the scary election results of Mnangagwa Friday and said the opposition had not provided "sufficient and credible evidence" to substantiate propositions. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa is signing at the inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Sunday, August 26, 2018. The Constitutional Court confirmed the scary election results of Mnangagwa Friday, saying that the opposition does not
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa is signing at the inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Sunday, August 26, 2018. The Constitutional Court confirmed the scary election results of Mnangagwa Friday, saying that the opposition did not provide "sufficient and credible evidence" to vote against – manipulating claims. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Zimbabwean Vice President Constantino Chiwenga is seen with his wife Mary on arrival for the inauguration ceremony of President Emmerson Mnangagwa, in the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Sunday, August 26, 2018. Zimbabweans have started a national stadium for the inauguration of President Emmerson Mnangagwa after a bitter controversial election. (AP Photo / Wonder Mashura)
Zimbabwean Vice President Constantino Chiwenga is seen with his wife Mary on arrival for the inauguration ceremony of President Emmerson Mnangagwa, in the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Sunday, August 26, 2018. Zimbabweans have started a national stadium for the inauguration of President Emmerson Mnangagwa after a bitter controversial election. (AP Photo / Wonder Mashura)
Judges arrive for the inauguration ceremony of Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa, at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday 26 August 2018. (AP Photo / Wonder Mashura)
Judges arrive for the inauguration ceremony of Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa, at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday 26 August 2018. (AP Photo / Wonder Mashura)
People stand in line to enter the stadium for the inauguration ceremony of Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa, at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. This is the second swearing in of Mnangagwa in just nine months as a jubilant country over the fall of the old leader Robert Mugabe is now more subdued after the re-emergence of the opposition. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
People stand in line to enter the stadium for the inauguration ceremony of Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa, at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. This is the second swearing in of Mnangagwa in just nine months as a jubilant country over the fall of the old leader Robert Mugabe is now more subdued after the re-emergence of the opposition. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa, left, greets Rwanda president Paul Kagame during his inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Sunday, August 26, 2018. The Constitutional Court confirmed the scary election results of Mnangagwa Friday because the opposition did not foresee
Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa, left, greets Rwanda president Paul Kagame during his inauguration ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Sunday, August 26, 2018. The Constitutional Court confirmed the scary election results of Mnangagwa Friday because the opposition did not provide "sufficient and credible evidence" to vote against votes – claims to claims. "(AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa, left in the middle, talks with South African president Cyrill Ramaphosa, right in the center, and Rwanda president Paul Kagame, right, during his inauguration ceremony at the national sports stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. It Constitutional Court upheld the scary election results of Mnangagwa Friday and said the opposition did not
Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa, left in the middle, talks with South African president Cyrill Ramaphosa, right in the center, and Rwanda president Paul Kagame, right, during his inauguration ceremony at the national sports stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. It Constitutional Court confirmed the scary election results of Mnangagwa Friday and said the opposition had not provided "sufficient and credible evidence" to substantiate propositions. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Supporters of Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa can be seen at his inaugural ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Sunday, August 26, 2018. Zimbabweans have started a national stadium for the inauguration of President Emmerson Mnangagwa after a bitter controversial election. AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Supporters of Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa can be seen at his inaugural ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Sunday, August 26, 2018. Zimbabweans have started a national stadium for the inauguration of President Emmerson Mnangagwa after a bitter controversial election. AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Judges are seen at the inauguration ceremony of Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa, at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Judges are seen at the inauguration ceremony of Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa, at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
During the inaugural ceremony of Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa, in the national sports stadium in Harare, Sunday 26 August 2018, a soldier is waiting on watch. Zimbabweans have started a national stadium for the inauguration of President Emmerson Mnangagwa after a bitter controversial election (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
During the inaugural ceremony of Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa, in the national sports stadium in Harare, Sunday 26 August 2018, a soldier is waiting on watch. Zimbabweans have started a national stadium for the inauguration of President Emmerson Mnangagwa after a bitter controversial election (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
People stand in line to enter the stadium for the inauguration ceremony of Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa, at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. This is the second swearing in of Mnangagwa in just nine months as a jubilant country over the fall of the old leader Robert Mugabe is now more subdued after the re-emergence of the opposition. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
People stand in line to enter the stadium for the inauguration ceremony of Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa, at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. This is the second swearing in of Mnangagwa in just nine months as a jubilant country over the fall of the old leader Robert Mugabe is now more subdued after the re-emergence of the opposition. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

Supporters of Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa carry an improvised coffin with the name of opposition leader Nelson Chamisa during the inauguration ceremony of Mnangagwa at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Sunday, August 26, 2018. Zimbabwe opened a president for the second time in nine months as a country that recently was jubilant about the fall of the old leader Robert Mugabe is now largely subject to renewed intimidation of the opposition and a bitter controversial election. (AP Photo / Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

The military-backed President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who once again took the oath, faces the gigantic task of rebuilding a deteriorating economy and uniting a nation divided by a voice that many hoped would bring change.

The 75-year-old Mnangagwa, who took the power of his mentor Mugabe in November with the help of the army, said: "my arms are stretched out" to the main opposition leader Nelson Chamisa after the Constitutional Court on Friday rejected opposition claims of ballot and maintained the president's narrow July 30 victory.

Some supporters of the president, however, wore an improvised coffin with the name of Chamisa during the Sunday ceremony.

"In just nine months we have born a new Zimbabwe," said Mnangagwa, who promised democratic and economic reforms after the repressive 37-year rule of Mugabe. He opened his speech by reading a letter from the 94-year-old Mugabe, whose resignation from Mnangagwa triggered the dramatic events of November and offered congratulations and said he could not come because "I am not right."

Mnangagwa told the crowd that "our democracy has indeed matured" and he invited all political parties to unite and "develop the motherland".

The 40-year-old Chamisa said Saturday that he respectfully rejects the verdict of the court and the inauguration & # 39; false & # 39; called.

"They know they can not invite me to a wedding where I was the one who should receive the gifts," he said. Spokesman Nkululeko Sibanda said: "We have not received a formal invitation."

Reigning spokesman Paul Mangwana criticized Chamisa about the inauguration eruption.

"It is important for nation-building at this critical moment," Mangwana told The Associated Press. "The problem is that the party (Movement for Democratic Change) did not give us a good opposition leader, they gave us a schoolboy, so he plays schoolboy politics."

Excited supporters from the president and governing ZANU-PF party filled the 60,000-seat National Sports Stadium in the capital Harare, a few overtaking buses and trucks in villages hundreds of miles away. The heads of state of South Africa, Congo, Rwanda and Zambia and elsewhere were present.

The mood was less enthusiastic in the center of Harare, a stronghold of the opposition. "He is not my president, why should I go?" Asked a resident, Emmanuel Mazunda.

The government urgently needed a credible election to end its status as a global pariah, to lift international sanctions – Mnangagwa itself remains under US sanctions – and opens the door to investment. State-run media this month estimated Zimbabwe's overdue debts at $ 5.6 billion.

Analysts say that the immediate duties of the president during his five-year term must be to solve serious cash shortfalls and high unemployment that have forced thousands of people as vendors to take to the streets. Millions of others have fled the country over the years.

Mnangagwa said in his speech that his government would work to turn the economy into a middle income by 2030 by modernizing infrastructure, fighting corruption and putting "jobs, jobs and more jobs" at the heart of its policy.

Final reports are awaiting Western election observers who are invited for the first time in almost two decades. They noticed few problems during a peaceful election day, but voiced their concern about excessive use of violence & # 39; two days later, when six people were killed when the army invaded the capital to spread protests.

On Saturday, the joint mission of the US-based International Republican Institute and the National Democratic Institute said that Zimbabwe has "not yet demonstrated that it has established a tolerant, democratic culture that allows elections to be held where parties are treated fairly and citizens can vote freely. "

Mnangagwa said that he will shortly appoint a committee of inquiry into the "isolated and unfortunate" violence and that it will make his findings public.

Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga, the general behind the military operation against Mugabe, took a sharper tone in his own speech and said: "We regret" the violence, but we blamed "dissatisfied the freedom of speech have abused. " Chiwenga also insisted on the unconditional lifting of sanctions.

The religious leader Andrew Wutawunashe gave the blessing before the oath of office and appealed to President Donald Trump and other leaders to lift sanctions, to cheer.

"We tell you … we finally found a man who can turn our little nation into a big nation," he said. "Please help him."


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