Kenya urges AU to suspend Mugabe
Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe is not only facing criticisim from the international community but from his own people as well. The Kenyan Prime minister Raila Odinga is urging the African union to suspend him until he allows free and fair elections, which we all know is never going to happen because he was sworn in yesterday for another 4 years. There are lots of things to talk about in the African Union summit in Egypt but Zimbabawe takes the center stage with the union being divided on this issue
Mr Odinga, a vocal critic of President Mugabe, says the AU would set a dangerous precedent by accepting him as "a duly elected president".
The UN has urged African leaders to try to negotiate a solution to the Zimbabwe's crisis.
Some analysts have pointed to Kenya as an example of how it could be resolved.
Mr Odinga was named prime minister as part of a power-sharing deal to end political violence in which some 1,500 people were killed, many in ethnic clashes