ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Dismissal of Public Servants during Emergency

tions against the rebel regime, successive British prime ministers were also fully aware of and, indeed, were supporting the systematic busting of these sanctions by oil firms owned and controlled by the British government itself is perfectly consistent with British practice. Similarly, the US too is supposed to be observing the call for sanctions against the rebel regime; but the supply of Rbodesian chrome to the US has gone on uninterrupted. Moreover, the US, along with Britain, is the author of the so-called Anglo-American proposals for a settlement in Rhodesia, a set of proposals which have been rejected by Ian Smith, in whose view a settlement has already been reached in terms of his March 1978 'internal settlement' plan.

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