Zimbabwean Former Finance Minister Backs Tsvangirai in Election
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The coming together of these parties has been necessitated by shared commitment to bring to an end the current hardships confronting Zimbabweans, due to the failed policies of the past, said Makoni, whose New Dawn party won 8 percent of the vote in 2008. He spoke at a joint press conference with Tsvangirai, leader of the Movement for Democratic Change in Harare, the capital. The alliance follows a July 5 coalition between the Zimbabwe African Peoples Union, which draws its support mainly in the western region of Matabeleland, and a separate faction of the MDC led by Welshman Ncube. Zimbabweans will vote in presidential and parliamentary elections July 31 after the Constitutional Court turned down applications, including one prompted by the Southern African Development Community , to delay the ballot. The election will bring to an end a power-sharing agreement brokered by SADC after the regional body said elections held in March and June 2008 were marred by violence.