Zimbabwe opposition's Biti says talks still on
HARARE, (Reuters) – Zimbabwe's opposition MDC said on Tuesday power-sharing talks with President Robert Mugabe were expected to continue on Wednesday after the third day of negotiations ended.
"The talks have not collapsed. It’s just a time out (break)," Movement for Democratic Change Secretary-General Tendai Biti told reporters after he and MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai left the talks venue. He added the talks would "most likely" resume on Wednesday.
Asked whether there were issues they had failed to resolve, he said: "There is nothing that cannot be overcome."