WASHINGTON DC —
Civil society groups opened a three-day conference in Bulawayo on Monday to share viewpoints on Zimbabwe’s economic and political prospects following the disputed July 31st national elections.
The meeting, attended by civil society leaders, politicians and academics, will also make suggestions on how the Zanu-PF government can open up democratic space in the country.
It will also examine how non-governmental organizations can find common ground on a number of issues to improve the living standards of Zimbabweans.
The regional civil society group, Open Society for Southern Africa (OSISA) organized the discussions.