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1987 – Government reform

The office of prime minister was abolished in 1987, with executive power instead vested solely in the President, Robert Mugabe.

Additional constitutional amendments throughout the years served to strengthen the role of the president.

The practice of setting aside legislative seats elected from the white roll ended, and white voters were incorporated into the common roll of voters.