Zimbabwe’s ruling Zanu-PF party is set to begin impeachment proceedings against President Robert Mugabe on Tuesday.
The announcement came after a Monday deadline for his resignation passed.
Party member Paul Mangawana said the process could take as little as two days to complete, and President Mugabe could be removed by Wednesday.
He said the president had “allowed his wife to usurp constitutional power when she has no right to run government”.
Grace Mugabe was seen as a potential successor to the ageing president before the military intervention last week.
Zimbabwe’s constitution allows for impeachment on grounds of “serious misconduct”, “violation” of the constitution or “failure to obey, uphold or defend” it, or “incapacity”.
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