Sunday, January 25, 2009
Power Sharing Talks Still Stalled in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe's president and opposition factions wrangled over power-sharing Monday. However, they made no progress despite the presence of southern African leaders who pressed for a resolution to the months long stalemate. It was after more than 12 hours of talk produced no agreement, that the deadlock was referred to a special summit of the Southern African Development Community to be held next week. Tomaz Salamao, executive secretary of the regional block told this to reporters. He said the meeting would be attended by leaders of the group's nations tomorrow either in South Africa or Botswana.