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Zimbabwe Unity Govt on Track - Tsvangirai

tsvangirai_morgan_12.jpgHarare - Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has said his unity government with President Robert Mugabe was on the right track, despite their differences. Mugabe and Tsvangirai will be holding talks on outstanding issues from a power-sharing deal such as new appointments of the central bank governor and the attorney-general. If they are not resolved the MDC's national council will meet to decide on the party's next step.

Any crisis in the new government could make it even harder for Tsvangirai and Mugabe to get help from sceptical Western donors, who want to see political and economic reforms before pouring money in to help rescue Zimbabwe's shattered economy.

"It is only 100 days so far, but this government has consolidated. We have our problems, who doesn't? Some people are not happy with everything that's happening," Tsvangirai told South Africa's Sunday Times in an interview.