In yet another setback to bring lasting peace to Zimbabwe, Reuters News service reported Monday that there is deadlock in negotiations between the ruling ZANU PF party and the opposition Movement for Democratic Change(MDC) on the terms of implementation of the September 2008 power sharing agreement.
Both sides are currently at a regional summit to help broker a deal. This will be the last chance, the Reuters report says, for any constructive agreement to be reached. Afterwards, no one knows what would happen in Zimbabwe.
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