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  • Zimbabwe Elections Roadmap with timelines
    July 06, 2011

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    1. Introduction

    At the Extraordinary SADC Summit of Heads of State and Government held at Sandton, Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa on 11th and 12th July, 2011, the SADC Facilitator on Zimbabwe, His Excellency, Jacob G. Zuma, President of the Republic of South Africa, tabled a report on the progress made in the implementation of the Global Political Agreement (GPA) in Zimbabwe. Attached to the SADC Facilitator's Report was the document titled Roadmap to Zimbabwe's Elections concluded and signed by the negotiators at Harare on the 22nd April, 2011. The Roadmap to Zimbabwe's Elections identified and defined milestones and signposts that must be executed and implemented before the next Harmonised Elections.

    2. The Extraordinary SADC Summit of Heads of State and Government noted the SADC Facilitator's Report and resolved, among other things, that the parties, signatories to the GPA, should, as a matter of urgency, draw up the timelines for the implementation of the Roadmap as part of the programme going forward.

    3. Pursuant to the resolution of the Extraordinary Summit as aforesaid, the Parties' negotiators comprising Nicholas Goche and Patrick Chinamasa of ZANU-PF, Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga and Moses Mzila-Ndlovu of MDC and Tendai Biti and Elton Mangoma of MDC-T met in Harare on the 4th July and 6th July, 2011 and drew up the timelines for the implementation of the Roadmap as illustrated below in the Timeframe Column.

    4. The activities shaded represent and remain areas of deadlock among the Political Parties

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