Comesa poll team pays courtesy call on Tsvangirai

The Common Market for East and Southern Africa election observer team for the July 31 general poll today paid a courtesy call on Prime Minister and MDC-T President, Morgan Tsvangirai, at Charter House in the capital.

Details of the meeting were, however, not made public.

The delegation is meeting top stakeholders in the coming poll and did not say much regarding its findings so far.

The Comesa head of delegation, Ambassador Bethuel Kiplagat, said: “We have no comments about the elections yet, since we have just arrived in Zimbabwe.”

He wished Zimbabwe well during the elections.

The Comesa team comprises 27 members drawn from different member countries.

Its participation in the election as observer follows an invitation extended by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Zimbabwe.

Besides meeting with President Robert Mugabe and Tsvangirai, the delegation will also meet with the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission, leaders of observer missions from AU, SADC and other international observer missions.

It will also hold meetings with political parties, civil society groups and the media, among other stakeholders.

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