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Zimbabwe parties form joint monitoring committee for inclusive gov't
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09:43, February 01, 2009

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Zimbabwe's three main political parties have formally formed the Joint Monitoring and Implementation Committee (JOMIC), effectively paving the way for the formation of an inclusive government, The Herald reported on Saturday.

JOMIC was established under Paragraph 22 of Article XXII of the Global Political Agreement and would be made up of four senior members from each party.

In a statement at the inauguration of JOMIC, a member of the SADC dialogue facilitation team and South Africa Director-General