Morgan Tsvangirai: Zimbabwe 'not ready for elections'
Although no date has been set, election fever is building in Zimbabwe. President Robert Mugabe's Zanu-PF party is clamouring for elections this year.
According to analysts, 88 year-old Mr Mugabe - after 32 years in power - seems in a hurry to go to the polls to secure another term.
But is the former opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) - now part of the government of national unity - ready for the elections?
The BBC Africa's Lewis Machipisa spoke to MDC leader Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai who is visiting the United Kingdom.
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20 Mar 2012