Election Watch with Tichaona Sibanda. Robert Mugabe’s wish to have elections in March next year seems to have been derailed by the COPAC deadlock between parties to the GPA. Simon Muchemwa, our correspondent, says that because of this its unlikely that a referendum on the new constitution will be held in the first quarter of 2013, as long as the stalemate drags on unresolved. That means that elections could not be held in March, unless Mugabe made a unilateral call to hold them.
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