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By Reuters

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HARARE, ZIMBABWE (NOVEMBER 11, 2011) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF ZIMBABWE POLITICAL LEADERS SINGING NATIONAL ANTHEM AUDIENCE FOLLOWING PROCEEDINGS ZIMBABWE PRIME MINISTER MORGAN TSVANGIRAI WALKING TO PODIUM WIDE OF CONFERENCE ROOM (SOUNDBITE) (English) ZIMBABWE PRIME MINISTER, MORGAN TSVANGIRAI SAYING: "State agents especially the police, must protect people and not harm them. When some members of the police, the army, the central intelligence organisation are on the forefront of perpetrating violence against people, it means ordinary citizens have no recourse." TV CAMERAS (SOUNDBITE) (English) ZIMBABWE PRIME MINISTER MORGAN TSVANGIRAI SAYING: "I want to say let us differ with dignity, well aware that we might be MDC or ZANU PF. But ultimately, we are Zimbabweans who aspire for the best of our country and its people". ZIMBABWE PRESIDENT ROBERT MUGABE WALKING TO PODIUM MORE OF AUDIENCE LISTENING (SOUNDBITE) (English) ROBERT MUGABE, ZIMBABWEAN PRESIDENT SAYING: "No, let our people have peace, they should enjoy the peace, the country, the country cost us a lot". GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS LISTENING (SOUNDBITE) (English) ROBERT MUGABE, ZIMBABWEAN PRESIDENT SAYING: "Why do that anymore, lets spend our energy now in building our country and this is our plea, our sincere plea, our sincere plea from our hearts". HARARE, ZIMBABWE (NOVEMBER 14, 2011) (REUTERS) STREET SCENES (SOUNDBITE) (English) ONAI ABOTE, HARARE RESIDENT SAYING: "I think with all due respect, the leaders coming out and speaking against violence is a good thing, but the bottom line and the truth on the ground is people will disregard their own leaders, you know they will still go out there and use violence as a way to threaten and intimidate the other party." (SOUNDBITE) (English) ANDREW MAGOSHONGWE, HARARE RESIDENT SAYING: "The truth is these guys don't agree on anything. Yes they managed to come to the table and discuss the issue, but I don't think it's the solution to the issue." MORE OF STREET SCENES
Dateline: 2011

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