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Zimbabwean lawyer Alex Magaisa said the judge's rulings "may come to haunt Mnangagwa's Government" by setting a precedent in "effectively legalising military intervention in the affairs of Government"."It is interesting to note that the order was granted by 'consent' which suggests that Mugabe agreed to it.
If he did, it could be that it was part of Mugabe's exit deal," he also wrote.
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It is a key supplier in the defence, security, information systems, and public safety communications markets providing a range of capabilities and technologies including as a key subcontractor for the Wedgetail AEW&C, F-35 Lightning II, and the F/A-18 Super Hornet programmes.The judge's decisions were quickly criticised both by legal and rights experts and by close allies of Mr Mugabe and his wife."If these breathtaking High Court orders granted in Harare yesterday represent what is being peddled as a 'new path', then please pray for Zimbabwe," tweeted Minister of Higher Education Jonathan Moyo, the most vocal of the Mugabes' allies.The southern Africa director for Human Rights Watch, Dewa Mavhinga, called the rulings "incredible" and said on Twitter: "Strange, captured judiciary?The military stepped in almost two weeks ago after Mr Mugabe's firing of deputy Emmerson Mnangagwa amid fears the 93-year-old's unpopular wife was positioning herself to take power.The judge said the actions ensured that non-elected individuals do not exercise executive functions, an apparent reference to then-first lady Grace Mugabe.