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Cracks appear beneath surface of Zimbabwe agreement

The inability of Zimbabwe’s new unity government leaders to agree last week as to how ministries should be divided between the rival parties is seen as an indication that, despite the historic agreement, many hurdles lie ahead.

20th September, 2008

The inability of Zimbabwe’s new unity government leaders to agree last week as to how ministries should be divided between the rival parties is seen as an indication that, despite the historic agreement, many hurdles lie ahead.

It took two months of negotiations to get president Robert Mugabe and former opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai to sign up to the deal that was unveiled last Monday, at a ceremony in Harare, but that process...

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