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Maria Tremonti, CBC Radio
October 17, 2007
He may have
the toughest job of any opposition politician. He's been arrested,
beaten and tortured. His closest allies have had to flee the country.
Those who remain face a lack of food and services. And yet Morgan
Tsvangiri struggles on trying to bring free and fair elections to
Zimbabwe. Today on the Current podcast, we hear from him and from
his colleague Roy Bennett.
Duration: 27min 39sec
Date: October 17, 2007
File Type: MP3
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