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Zimbabwe's main opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, discusses plans for elections. - 2001-12-11


THE ZIMBABWEAN OPPOSITION GROUP, THE MOVEMENT FOR DEMOCRATIC CHANGE, OR M-D-C, SAYS IT'S DEPLORABLE THAT THE RULING PARTY IS CALLING IT A TERRORIST ORGANIZATION. PRESIDENT ROBERT MUGABE'S ZANU-PF PARTY HAS PERSISTENTLY SAID THAT THE OPPOSITION AND JOURNALISTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR PERPETUATING VIOLENCE IN ZIMBABWE.

THE PRESIDENT OF THE M-D-C, MORGAN TSVANGIRAI, TALKED WITH JOSEPHINE KAMARA DURING HER RECENT ASSIGNMENT IN ZIMBABWE. HE TOLD HER HE'S DISAPPOINTED THAT THE RULING PARTY WOULD USE SUCH LABELS AGINST ITS OPPONENTS.

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