Past event

Research Event

Zimbabwe After the Disputed Election: The Way Forward

Chatham House, London

Africa Programme

Event documents

Transcript - Zimbabwe After the Disputed Election: The Way Forward
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Transcript Q&A - Zimbabwe After the Disputed Election: The Way Forward
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Participants

Morgan Tsvangirai, Prime Minister of Zimbabwe (2009-2013); Leader, MDC-T 
Chair: Alex Vines OBE Research Director, Area Studies and International Law; Head, Africa Programme, Chatham House

Overview

The success of President Robert Mugabe's ZANU-PF in Zimbabwe's 2013 elections led to the end of the country's government of national unity, as the ruling party consolidated political power. The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T), Zimbabwe's main opposition party, is now assessing its future direction as issues of party leadership and funding come to the fore.

Morgan Tsvangirai served as prime minister of Zimbabwe in the former government of national unity. He will reflect on recent developments within MDC-T, the importance of strengthening opposition politics for Zimbabwe's future and the role that international partners can play in Zimbabwe's democratic progress.

LIVE STREAM: This event will be live streamed. The live stream will be made available here at 13:00 BST on Friday 25 July.

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