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Political Failure, Dictatorship, and Corruption Zimbabwe & Cuba By: Dylan, Connor, Stockton, and Parker
Zimbabwe Granted independence in 1980 Unstable government Mugabe rose to power Mugabe’s leadership lead to inflation and corruption throughout the country.
Cuba Cuba gained independence in 1898 Fidel Castro came to power 1951 Fidel gave power to brother, Raul both are communist leaders.
Problems in Zimbabwe Corrupt leader: Mugabe is blamed for many of Zimbabwe’s problems. Inflation Cholera epidemic Poverty
Problems in Cuba Corrupt leader: Castro is blamed for many of the problems in Cuba. Poverty Communist government State controls people’s lives
Zimbabwe Political Failure Rules by fear Terrible economic inflation 100,000% High unemployment Worthless currency
Cuba Political Failure Inequality Poverty Lack of healthcare and education Few human rights
Zimbabwe dictatorship Robert Mugabe 29 years of failed rule Military backed
One of Mugabe’s Houses Average Hut in Zimbabwe
Cuba dictatorship Fidel Castro 1959 Revolution gained power Back by Soviet Union Anti-American Cuban missile crisis
Zimbabwe corruption Steals votes Campaign of violence “no-go-zones” Arrest opposition leaders
Cuba corruption Blackmail and bribery Money laundering Voucher system Government control
Development Definition: Low standards for: –Democratic governments –Industrialization –Social programs –Human rights Compared to the west (developed nations)
Zimbabwe Mugabe : Government run by corrupt leader Bad economy Little to no education/healthcare Citizens have no say
Cuba Castro : “socialist republic” run by a dictator Poor economy due to embargo Fair social programs Limits freedom of people
Zimbabwe: Overcome Barriers New government Citizens more freedom Better education End Isolation Nonprofit organizations International businesses Economy
Cuba: Overcome Barriers End Castro’s Reign –More voice to people –Democracy –Fix US relations Economy –End embargo Continue free healthcare
Barriers are not overcome Dictators must be stopped or problems will continue: –Isolation –No human rights –Failing Economy –no freedom
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