President Bush has issued a statement saying that Robert Mugabe should resign.
The European Union, Archbishop Tutu, leaders in Botswana, Kenya and Zambia have said the same.
But I ran across this quote about who is missing.
The international discord is nevertheless lacking one voice - that of US president elect Barack Obama, who has not last commented about the humanitarian disaster in Zimbabwe five months ago.
A spokeswoman for the President-elect's transition team indicated yesterday that she would be willing to issue a statement on his behalf.
Although Mr Obama has been keen to avoid second-guessing the White House on foreign policy issues and emphasised that there can only be “one president at a time”, this does not explain a prolonged period of silence that now stretches back to June 24.
Obama did have a discussion with Tsvangirai in June...