Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Summit unlikely to break deadlock

from ReutersUK

Nope, no judgementalism here, folks, just move on...

Lovemore Madhuku, a lawyer and chairman of constitution reform lobby group NCA, said it appeared increasingly unlikely that Mugabe and Tsvangirai could work together.

"There is a crisis of confidence arising from Tsvangirai's belief that Mugabe wants to trap his MDC party in order to tame it, ease pressure on his government, get some international legitimacy and then absorb or destroy the MDC," he told Reuters.

"On the other hand, Mugabe seems to truly believe that Tsvangirai is a Western puppet holding out for an economic meltdown that may lead to a mass uprising and a fall of his government."

yes, but Mugabe is a paranoid deranged tyrant; Tsvangirai bases his rejection on the past marginalization of Nkomo, not to mention that Mugabe wants to keep all the guns.

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