By John Chimunhu
Zimbabwe’s opposition political parties say they are close to finalizing a grand electoral coalition that could upset dictator Robert Mugabe at the next elections scheduled for 2018. Only Mugabe knows the exact date of the poll. The government is working to discredit plans to introduce electronic voting. National Peoples Party leader Joice Mujuru told the BBC that she was close to a deal with MDC-T president Morgan Tsvangirai. Above, Mujuru poses with Tendai Biti, leader of the Peoples Democratic Party.Zanu PF administrator Ignatius Chombo dismissed it as a “coalition of rejects”.
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