I think I agree with some of what iyah360 is saying about a vacuum being filled by outside interests. As it is, it is widely whispered that there is a plot to replace Tsvangirai- the people's choice with someone that western politcal and business interests have already chosen. He is a prominent businessman, and a Rhodes scholar.
The MDC as you may know is a coalition of opposition groups, whose common denominator is that they wish to see Mugabe's regime go. But Tsvangirai is the man that the common people want.
Yes, I see the struggle continuing even after Mugabe's gone.
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