Zimbabwe president describes meeting with Zuma as "very well as usual"

18:17, March 17, 2010      

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Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe on Wednesday said that his just concluded meeting with South African President Jacob Zuma was "very well as usual".

Zuma, who is the Southern African Development Community (SADC) facilitator to the Global Political Agreement that brought about Zimbabwe's power-sharing agreement in 2008 and is now in Zimbabwe to broker a lasting solution to problems besetting the country's inclusive government, has just finished meeting with Mugabe and is now holding talks with Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai.

Thereafter, he will meet Deputy Prime Minister Arthur Mutambara before he meets all the three principals jointly later in the day.

Zimbabwe's three major political parties entered into the agreement following disputed elections in 2008, leading to the formation of the inclusive government early in 2009.

However, since then, there have been squabbles over the interpretation of the GPA, certain appointments made by Mugabe and the general allocation of power.

Source: Xinhua
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