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Vol 49 No 9

Published 25th April 2008


Can the opposition fight and can it rule?

New questions are raised about the leadership opposition's leadership

This week as the opposition Movement for Democratic Change’s diplomatic efforts appeared to be paying off with growing condemnation in Africa of President Robert Mugabe and the discredited Zimbabwe Election Commission, new questions are raised about the opposition’s leadership. Although many in Zimbabwe accept the MDC’s claim that its leader >b>Morgan Tsvangirai won the presidential election, the party leadership’s tactics have come under heavy criticism.

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