Copac fails to break deadlock

THE constitution-making process has hit a dead end again as the Global Political Agreement (GPA) negotiators failed to agree on issues previously resolved, with Zanu PF claiming the whole draft constitution does not reflect the views of the people as captured in the national report.
The deadlock comes after Sadc urged the coalition government to complete the new charter as outlined in the election roadmap. The management committee, which met at Ruparara lodge in Nyanga starting last Sunday to resolve all outstanding issues, failed to reach a compromise.
“The meeting has been adjourned and will resume soon but the management committee has failed to break the deadlock,” said a Copac source.
Copac insiders who attended the meeting said the three parties — Zanu PF and the two MDC formations vowed not to move on their party positions.  — Staff Writer.

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