China spent billions to build a luxurious parliament in this country, lest it get trapped in the dragon’s trap like Yungada? – न्यूज़लीड India

China spent billions to build a luxurious parliament in this country, lest it get trapped in the dragon’s trap like Yungada?


China built Zimbabwe’s luxurious parliament

According to reports, two programs will be organized during the inauguration ceremony at the Parliament House built in Zimbabwe and the government has ordered the country’s news channels to broadcast live both programs for the people of the country. Along with this, the live broadcast of the program will also be broadcast live from the social media platforms of the Parliament. Zimbabwe’s media has said that the country’s parliament was funded as a gift from the Chinese government and constructed by Shanghai Construction Group Company. Earlier the President of Zimbabwe described the new building as a majestic and historic work. The Parliament building has four floors and the office building side has six floors, and each floor is connected by a bridge. At the same time, it has been said in independent media reports that it is not going to be easy for Zimbabwe to return this amount to China.

How many millions of dollars have been spent?

How many millions of dollars have been spent?

China has got this new parliament building constructed at Mount Hampden in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe. But, you will be surprised to know that China has spent $140 million i.e. $140 million in the construction of the Parliament House in Zimbabwe. Therefore, no one is able to understand how Zimbabwe, which is going through a very bad economic condition, will repay this huge debt. Whereas, China has taken forward its loan program in African countries as per its fixed planning. China has launched a series of mega projects across the African continent and has become the largest lender to African countries. This parliament building has been built by China at a place called Mount Hampden, about 18 km north-west of Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe.

How is the Parliament House of Zimbabwe?

How is the Parliament House of Zimbabwe?

China, which has built a parliament in Zimbabwe, says that after the construction of this parliament, Zimbabwe will move out of the colonial era, as the old parliament has been removed. At the same time, in this new parliament of Zimbabwe, arrangements have been made for 650 people to sit together, whereas in the old parliament only 100 people were allowed to sit and the number of MPs in Zimbabwe is 350, so the old parliament house was getting smaller. . This Parliament House has been constructed on top of a hill and has been constructed by Shanghai Construction Group. The Parliament House has been designed in a grand circular complex and the entire cost of this construction has been borne by China.

China told the example of friendship

China told the example of friendship

According to Chinese media reports, 500 technicians from China have worked in the construction of this new parliament in Zimbabwe and 1200 local workers also got a chance to work in the construction of the parliament. According to Chinese media reports, China has taken about three and a half years to build this parliament, and Libo Cai, manager of Shanghai Construction Group, said in the past that, “There is no doubt that the new parliament will be much closer to Zimbabwe and even Will become a landmark building in the whole of Southern Africa.” The Chinese company said after building the parliament building that, “This will be another milestone for the China-Zimbabwe friendship, which is getting stronger year by year.” According to a report in the South China Morning Post, the building has a total area of ​​33,000 square meters (355,200 sq ft) and consists of two main buildings, a six-story office building and a four-story parliament building. The Chinese company has said that Beijing has borne all the expenses for the construction of the Parliament House.

Zimbabwe stuck in debt trap?

Zimbabwe stuck in debt trap?

Zimbabwe is currently happy with the new Parliament building built in the country, but experts say that Zimbabwe is now badly trapped in China’s trap. Experts give the example of Uganda behind this. The government of Uganda is on the verge of losing its only international airport to China due to non-payment of debt. According to the report, in the condition of the loan imposed by the Chinese lender, in case of failure to repay the loan, the condition of possession of the airport has also been imposed. In November last year, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni even sent a delegation to Beijing in an attempt to change this condition, but China flatly refused to make any changes to the original draft of the deal. Therefore, there is every possibility that going forward Zimbabwe will act like a puppet in the hands of China and if it tries to go against China, then its condition will also be like Uganda.

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