Zim Referendum Set For March

From empty sky Mon Feb 25 2013, 22:51:00

Zimbabwe will vote on a proposed new constitution in a referendum set for 16 March, after the country mysteriously (miraculously) found the funds to pay for the vote - a few weeks back, there were claims they had just a few hundred dollars in the bank. From the African Elections Project story: The Constitution select Committee (COPAC) of Zimbabwe will officially launch a campaign today to

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