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Posted By: PatriotWarrior In Response To: Listen to this *LINK* (Masimba Musodza)
Date: Tuesday, 3 January 2006, at 3:32 p.m.
In Response To: Listen to this *LINK* (Masimba Musodza)
MDC UK branches to meet for a crucial Indaba
By Tichaona Sibanda
03 January 2006
The chairman of the MDC in the UK, Washington Ali, said on Tuesday all branches will have a crucial meeting on Sunday in Birmingham to examine events that have rocked the party in the last two months.
He disclosed that many party activists in the UK were fed up with what was happening to the party back home and that they wanted all the problems sorted out during the congress, set for the end of February.
Ali pointed out that the MDC in the UK was not supporting any faction, but was in fact, throwing its full weight behind the recognised leader of the party, Morgan Tsvangirai.
Ali added; ‘There is only one MDC in Zimbabwe, these other people claiming to be MDC are a group of individuals trying to destroy the party. I want to be honest with you because I call a spade a spade…these people, I will not use the word faction because we don’t recognise any factions in the party, are just a destructive group of people out to destroy the MDC.’
The Birmingham meeting is expected to draw up a plan to chart the way forward in trying to resolve the split.
SW Radio Africa Zimbabwe News
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