Text of report by South Africa-based ZimOnline website on 4 February
[Report by Cuthbert Nzou: "ZANU PF Backtracking on Unity Govt: MDC"]
Zimbabwe's opposition on Tuesday accused the ruling ZANU PF party of backtracking on the formation of a new unity government and delaying negotiations on outstanding issues that must be resolved before an inclusive administration can be named.
The Morgan Tsvangirai-led Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party said ZANU PF negotiators Patrick Chinamasa and Nicholas Goche yesterday declined to meet their counterparts from the opposition to consider a National Security Council Bill and the allocation of provincial governorships among the three parties to the power-sharing agreement.
The opposition said in statement that …