Zimbabwe's Morgan Tsvangirai: No more power-sharing

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It seems a long time since the 2008 handshake between Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe and then opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai.

That led to the current power-sharing government and brought a measure of political peace to the country.

But relations have not been easy, and there is still disagreement about the process to get to the next election - which had been expected this year. A constitution first has to be agreed and a referendum on that has to take place.

BBC Africa's Brian Hungwe in Harare spoke to Prime Minister Tsvangirai on a number of issues, including whether he foresees another government of national unity after the polls.

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