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SADC 'seals' deal for Zim

By unknown | Jan 28, 2009 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

Stella Mapenzauswa and MacDonald Dzirutwe

Stella Mapenzauswa and MacDonald Dzirutwe

Regional leaders decided at the SADC summit that Zimbabwe should form a unity government next month.

But the opposition MDC said it was disappointed with the outcome, raising doubts over chances for ending the crisis.

Mugabe's regime, which has made it clear it would set up a government without the opposition if need be, said talks were concluded and a new cabinet could now be formed.

The 15-nation SADC grouping said yesterday after the meeting in Pretoria - its fifth attempt to secure a deal on forming a unity government - it had agreed that opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai should be sworn in as prime minister by February 11. - Reuters


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