Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Postive signs at talks

from the BBC:

....After two days of discussions in a hotel, the two men both said they hoped the South Africa-brokered talks would be concluded on Wednesday.

"I must say that there is a positive development," Mr Tsvangirai said.

Speaking to reporters, Mr Mugabe noted there had been "progress - and lack of it - in some areas".

South Africa's national broadcaster, the SABC, reported earlier that a fresh document had been tabled providing the opposition leader with more power, as an executive prime minister. ....
Arthur Mutambara, leader of a breakaway MDC faction who has also attended the talks, talked of "tremendous progress". ...

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