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Chama cha MDC cha Tsvangira chatishia kususia shughuli za serikali.

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    Chama cha MDC cha Tsvangira chatishia kususia shughuli za serikali.


    Harare:
    Waziri Mkuu wa Zimbabwe Morgan Tsvangirai amesema chama chake cha Movement for Democratic Change -MDC- kitasusia kwa muda serikali ya Umoja wa kitaifa ya nchi hiyo.
    Amesema kujitoa huko katika shughuli za baraza la mawaziri kutamalizika iwapo tu masuala mbalimbali ya kugawana madaraka kati ya MDC na chama cha ZANU PF kinachoongozwa na Rais Robert Mugabe yatakaposuluhishwa.
    O ton Tsvangirai
    ''.. Ni haki yetu kujitoa kutoka kwa mshirika ambaye si muaminifu na si wa kutegemewa.
    Kwa hali hiyo huku tukiwa serikalini, tutajiengua kufanya shughuli na chama cha ZANU PF, hasa katika shughuli za baraza la mawaziri mpaka wakati ambapo imani na heshima itakaporejeshwa tena katika uhusiano huu...''
    Amesisitiza kuwa chama chao hakitajitoa katika makubaliano ya kugawana madaraka na kwamba kitarudi iwapo masharti yatatimizwa.
    Kauli hiyo ya Bwana Tsvangirai imekuja siku moja tu baada ya mmoja wa wanachama waandamizi wa chama cha MDC, Roy Bennet, kuwekwa kizuizini baada ya dhamana yake juu ya mashtaka yanayomkabili ya ugaidi kufutwa.
    Hata hivyo Bwana Bennet ameachiliwa huru leo kwa dhamana.

    Source:http://www.dwelle.de/dw/function/0,,82228_cid_4798240,00.html

     
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    Spokesman: Zimbabwe opposition politician freed on bail

    HARARE, Zimbabwe (CNN) -- A senior politician from Zimbabwe's oppostion has been granted bail after he was detained earlier this week, a party spokesman said Friday.

    [​IMG] Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai says his party will not attend cabinet meetings.


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    Movement for Democratic Change spokesman Nelson Chamisa said MDC official Roy Bennett -- who was sent back to a Zimbabwe jail earlier this week to await trial next week -- has been granted bail.
    No other information was immediately available.
    Bennett faces charges of possessing weapons for sabotage, banditry and terrorism. Initially he had been charged with treason. He denies any wrongdoing.
    Earlier Friday, the MDC leader, Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, said his party would boycott, but not withdraw, from the unity government.
    "This is a constitutional crisis," said Tsvangirai as he railed against President Robert Mugabe's party. "ZanuPF [Mugabe's party] cannot run government alone constitutionally and legally."
    Tsvangirai said his party will not attend cabinet meetings and the prime minister has also boycotted his meetings with Mugabe which occur every Monday.
    The party is not completely pulling out of the government, Tsvangirai said.
    "Why have we decided not to pull out? Because the people of Zimbabwe want real change and that is our obligation. If that time to pull out comes, it will be that time, not now," Tsvangirai said.
    Tsvangirai did not explain the apparent contradiction between boycotting the government and pulling out of it.
    The relationship between the two parties has been tenuous since the power-sharing deal, which had been brokered by the regional Southern African Development Community after a hotly disputed election won by Mugabe last year.
    The last straw may have been the re-arrest of Bennett this week.
    Bennett was arrested on February 13 -- just before he was to be sworn in as deputy agriculture minister in the new power-sharing government. [​IMG] Watch Bennett discuss Zimbabwean politics ยป
    He was jailed again Wednesday after a pre-trial court hearing, but an MDC spokesman said Friday that Bennett had been granted bail.

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    Tsvangirai had in the past railed against the arrest and the delay in swearing in Bennett.
    "The delay which is taking place for his swearing in is deliberate to frustrate him, to frustrate our constituency, to send the message -- look we can do this we can do this unilaterally and that is what we are trying to oppose," Tsvangirai has said.
     
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