March 9, 2009
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Thot   March 9th, 2009 2:38 pm ET

I think these polls are interesting but I wished they had an in between option, like “maybe”, or “I prefer to know more facts before make a judgment” or something like that. Specially in this case, knowing the past and present Zimbabwe reality, it is difficult to trust in most facts that come to the public, so it is complicated to make a fair judgment on cases like this.


uno   March 9th, 2009 5:08 pm ET

there is a lot more going on than we know. it might not have been zanu pf that planned the accident but there are a lot of other people who would benefit from morgan tsvangirai's death. it seems to point to zanu pf but what if somebody else wants morgan dead???

Emile Claude Agha   March 9th, 2009 5:11 pm ET

I think the Prime Minister of Zimbabwe has said it all. Zimbabwe needs to move forward and the PM is aware of that. It is an
accident which can occur to any official in any country at anytime. That said, may the soul of the PM's wife rest in Perfect Peace.

Alex weir   March 9th, 2009 5:15 pm ET

There is enough evidence to convince any jury that state agents tried and failed to assassinate tsvangirai. Why uk and usa are saying the opposite is inexpiicable and sinister. Mr alex weir. Harare

George (Sultanate of Oman)   March 9th, 2009 5:17 pm ET

I would not doubt the outcome of this poll. History clearly indicates that Robert Mugabe ruled (and still rules) with an iron fist. This is not the first time Morgan Tsvangirai has been attacked by the ruling party and I believe there's more to come (until he is eliminated). It's a pity the rest of the world can't do anything about democracy / human rights in Zimbawe. IMO, It would've been better to take him on than Saddam

Dumo Dlamini   March 9th, 2009 5:19 pm ET

This is a sad loss and i hope the PM will stay strong and continue to transform zimbabwe. However lets calm ourselves and put aside suspecions. Zimbabwe just formed a unity government, so lets not destroy that. We should all follow the prime minister's example by moving forward. May Jesus bring healing in zimbabwe.

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