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Topic - Patrick Chinamasa
President Robert Mugabe filed a request with the top court in Zimbabwe to stop the nation's elections for two weeks, his minister of justice said on Wednesday.
President Robert Mugabe threatened on Wednesday to take over foreign firms and boycott foreign products to retaliate against Western sanctions placed on him and his ZANU-PF party.
The papers were filed on Tuesday to delay "the date of the harmonized elections from July 31, 2013, to August 14, 2013," said Justice Minister Patrick Chinamasa, in an Agence France-Presse report.
He said that Zimbabwe will arrest same-sex partners found committing illegal gay acts.