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Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai talks to the press after the announcement of the conclusion of the constitution making process at State House on January 17, 2013 in Harare. Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe said the country has concluded writing a draft constitution after all political parties agreed to the charter that is set to go for a referendum before elections this year. Mugabe and Tsvangirai formed a power-sharing government three years ago after violent and disputed polls in 2008.Their relations have been characterised by frequent bickering and counter-accusations of violence. A new draft constitution which is set to go for a referendum forms part of the key reforms to be made before fresh elections. AFP PHOTO / JEKESAI NJIKIZANA (Photo credit should read JEKESAI NJIKIZANA/AFP/Getty Images)
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Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai talks to the press after the announcement of the conclusion of the constitution making process at State House on January 17, 2013 in Harare. Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe said the country has concluded writing a draft constitution after all political parties agreed to the charter that is set to go for a referendum before elections this year. Mugabe and Tsvangirai formed a power-sharing government three years ago after violent and disputed polls in 2008.Their relations have been characterised by frequent bickering and counter-accusations of violence. A new draft constitution which is set to go for a referendum forms part of the key reforms to be made before fresh elections. AFP PHOTO / JEKESAI NJIKIZANA (Photo credit should read JEKESAI NJIKIZANA/AFP/Getty Images)
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Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai talks to the press after... News Photo 159608141Announcement,Constitution,Decisions,Harare,Making,Morgan Tsvangirai,Politics,Press,Prime Minister,Processing,Reform,State House,Talking,Vertical,ZimbabwePhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPZimbabwe's Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai talks to the press after the announcement of the conclusion of the constitution making process at State House on January 17, 2013 in Harare. Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe said the country has concluded writing a draft constitution after all political parties agreed to the charter that is set to go for a referendum before elections this year. Mugabe and Tsvangirai formed a power-sharing government three years ago after violent and disputed polls in 2008.Their relations have been characterised by frequent bickering and counter-accusations of violence. A new draft constitution which is set to go for a referendum forms part of the key reforms to be made before fresh elections. AFP PHOTO / JEKESAI NJIKIZANA (Photo credit should read JEKESAI NJIKIZANA/AFP/Getty Images)