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Guest Host: Susan Page
Delays in the release of Zimbabwe’s presidential election results have raised concerns about the outcome of the poll. Our guests, discuss what’s going on in the country and what the future holds for long-time ruler Robert Mugabe and the people of Zimbabwe.
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- Keith Richburg foreign editor, "The Washington Post"
- Patrick Merloe senior associate and director of electoral programs conducted by NDI
- Heidi Holland author of "Dinner With Mugabe"
- Michelle Gavin adjunct fellow for Africa, Council on Foreign Relations
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