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Professor Welshman Ncube

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THE embattled Movement for Democratic Change led by Professor Welshman Ncube was yesterday…
2. When Professor Welshman Ncube was lobbying for devolution, some MDC-T officials dismissed him as parochial. Who's crying now?
THE MDC led by Professor Welshman Ncube has reportedly made a climbdown on attempts to fire…
People smearing and lying about Mdc leader Professor Welshman Ncube are actually wasting…
We have noticed a lot more changes coming out of the Secretary Generals of the MDC,what these guys forgot is about the (Povo) Masses which is the backbone for Dr Morgan Richard Tsvangira. When you want to be a strong leader these are the basis of it,you cannot be a leader of the international press or financiers without the masses to support your leadership,Professor Welshman Ncube made the same error as Mr Lawyer Tendai Biti today. Leaders are supported by the masses of Zimbabwe,you are now going to loose the Parliamentary benefits because you are not going to win these seats back and new players will be in Parliament,because of power Hungry its a pit that your legal advisor didn't see the right MDC T's constitution,for the benefits of the rebels teamed Biti you need to grow within the ranks and files of the party and became the party leader and next in line is Thokozane Khupe who is the deputy president. Tendai Biti you are soon to loose the Honourable Status very shortly with your team and you are cost ...
The MDC first secretary-general, Professor Welshman Ncube, says the leadership wrangles in the MDC-T are a result of Morgan Tsvangirai's lack of leadership qualities.He said it is highly likely that even if Tsvangirai approaches the courts he will lose the case as proper procedure was followed in su…
Unity government principals captured at a press conference before the 2013 general election. Professor Welshman Ncube says the opposition should unite in order to unseat President Robert Mugabe's party. (File Photo) Leader of the other faction of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Welshman Ncube says the opposition in Zimbabwe should form a formidable coalition that will unseat President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF party in 2018. In an exclusive interview, Ncube, whose party failed to get a single seat in the last general election, said a democrat should lead the coalition. “I have no doubt that if we are able to put forward a candidate as opposition, a candidate of a united front, that candidate will win the next election in Zimbabwe,” he said. Ncube, who has been silent following the 2013 July general election, dismissed calls by the other leader of the MDC formation Morgan Tsvangirai to join his party saying the former trade unionist “is running a big tent full of undemocratic principles”. ...
Welshman Ncube not hibernating MDC leader Professor Welshman Ncube did not go into hibernation after the 2013...
We the 'fools of Matebeleland', what next now? You people of 'Matebeleland' who rejected Professor Welshman Ncube in favor of Morgan Tswangirai what have you to say now when he lets loose part thugs on a fellow National Executive Committee Member? People were beaten at Harvest House in 2005 for allegedly for "kutengesa party kumaNdeere". So, what then shall we say now? Isn't this the same violence that led Professor Ncube and others to challenge Tsvangairai and seek a more principled order in the party, and Tswangirai, who would have none of it, chose to split the party? When Hon. Moses Mzila Ndlovu and Professor Ncube said Tsvangirai is just like Mugabe, what did we say? If Tsvangirai has the balls to let (yes, the buck stops with him) party youths assault a senior party leader for challenging his leadership, imagine if he was president and you dared to oppose him. The time to wake up from our 'foolishness' has come!
Zanu-PF, MDC-T to share $3m Zanu-PF and MDC-T will share US$3 million under the Political Parties (Finance) Act as allocated by Treasury for 2014. Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa allocated US$3 million in the 2014 National Budget proposals for parties with at least five percent of the vote in the preceding election, a rise from US$2,5 million that was given in 2013 National Budget. MDC, led by Professor Welshman Ncube, which benefited from the money over the last two parliaments misses out this time as it failed to secure the threshold stipulated for a political party to be eligible to benefit. Under the Act, only a political party that secures five percent of the total votes cast qualifies to benefit from the fiscus. Zanu-PF will get the lion’s share of the money after it secured more than two-thirds of Parliamentary seats as it trounced MDC-T in last year’s watershed election, which was widely given a clean bill of health by local and international observers. Zanu-PF won 160 out of the contested ...
Zimbabweans hail poll verdict: Zimbabweans have welcomed the Constitutional Court ruling upholding the 31st of July as the date for the holding of harmonised elections saying the date gives all candidates enough time to campaign. They commended the visionary leadership that set the dates saying it is time the country shows the world, especially the international community, that it can hold peaceful and credible elections. Some said Zimbabweans should be politically mature by uniting and working towards the development of the country rather than peddling false propaganda which can discredit the electoral process. They said the nation should embrace what President Robert Mugabe has been saying about the need to live and campaign peacefully. On Thursday the Constitutional Court dismissed applications for the extension of election dates by Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, and Professor Welshman Ncube and upheld that elections should be held on the 31st of July.
Opposition parties strike alliance: The two MDC formations, Zapu and Mavambo have struck an electoral alliance to improve their chances against Zanu PF in the harmonised elections at the end of July. According to New Ziana, sources close to the parties confirmed today (Friday) that the plan was hatched by the United States working with a neighbouring country after the realisation that the four parties’ chances of winning the elections are slim. Under the deal, the MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai becomes the sole presidential candidate, the party's secretary general Tendai Biti first vice president while the MDC-N leader Professor Welshman Ncube will become the second vice president. The sources said the coalition was finalised on Thursday and will be simultaneously announced by Tsvangirai and Mavambo leader Simba Makoni in Harare and Ncube and Zapu president Dumiso Dabengwa in Bulawayo around midday today (Friday). According to New Ziana, the announcement of the grand coalition is timed to 'lift up the s ...
Five eye Presidency FIVE people, including President Mugabe, are eyeing the country’s Presidency and yesterday successfully lodged their papers with the Nomination Court in Harare. First to file his papers was MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai, followed by President Mugabe and Professor Welshman Ncube of the MDC. Zimbabwe Development Party leader Mr Kisinoti Mukwazhe and Dr Dumiso Dabengwa of Zapu also successfully filed their papers. However, another presidential hopeful Mr Mutumwa Mawere of the Zimbabwe Movement for Democracy had his papers rejected for undisclosed reasons. Mr Langton Towungana (Independent), Mr Gibbs Paul Gotora of the Zimbabwe Organised Open Party, Anslem Karimupfumbi of Rusununguko United People’s Party, Mr Joseph Bushu Makamba of Free Zimbabwe Congress and Reverend Gerald Mubaira of Multiracial Christian Democrats also had their papers rejected. The Nomination Court sat at the High Court from 10am to midnight. “Since more than one candidate has been duly nominated for the offi ...
Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, MDC leader Professor Welshman Ncube, Zapu leader Dr Dumiso Dabengwa, President Robert Mugabeand the leader of the little known ZDP Mr Kisinoti Mkwazhe successfully filed their paperswith the Nomination Court in Harare yesterdayto contest for the country's top post while businessman Mr Mutumwa Mawere, who is linked to a new political party UMD, was disqualified.This sets the stage for the harmonised elections set for 31 July this year.Zanu-PF legal secretary Emmerson Mnangagwa filed papers on behalf of President Mugabe, Mr Alex Magaisa on behalf of PM Tsvangirai and MDC secretary general Mrs Priscilla Misihairabwi Mushonga for Prof Ncube.The Nomination Court for the members of the House of Assembly, senatorial, women quota andprovincial councils also went on smoothly in some parts of the country although results could not beobtained in some provinces such Bulawayo and the Midlands.In Matabeleland South the provincial elections officer, Mr Jotham Nyathi said Kembo Mohadi of ...
inners to ensure resounding victory Tsvangirai forces supporters to back MDC defectors June 28, 2013 Headlines, Top Stories No comments Mr Tsvangirai Sukulwenkosi Dube Plumtree Correspondent MDC-T president Mr Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday urged his party supporters to accept defectors from the Professor Welshman Ncube faction because they supported his party during the elections of Speaker of Parliament by voting for Mr Lovemore Moyo. Addressing a party rally at Mbila Business Centre in Bulilima East constituency, Mr Tsvangirai said there was nothing wrong with imposing the MDC rebels in the forthcoming harmonised elections because MDC-T owed them a lot. “I am here to bring clarity on the issue of imposition of candidates which has been causing trouble in a number of districts including Bulilima East constituency. These leaders that you do not want to accept as party representatives have my full blessing because of a promise that I made to them. “Mr Norman Mpofu, Mr Abednico Bhebhe, Mr Thandeko Zinti M ...
Tsvangirai, Ncube in contempt of Court Wednesday, 26 June 2013 02:26 View Comments Prof Ncube Herald Reporter MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai and his MDC counterpart Professor Welshman Ncube stand in contempt of the Constitutional Court after failing to file their opposing papers by mid-day on Monday in the case in which the Government is seeking a two-week extension of the poll date from July 31 to August 14. The Court, last week, gave all parties up to midday Monday to file their papers but instead of filing his opposing papers at the time prescribed by the court, Mr Tsvangirai lodged a counter application around 4pm on Monday, while Prof Ncube filed his counter application yesterday morning. To this end the two brought to court the new applications that opposed Minister Chinamasa’s application, out of time. They wanted their applications consolidated into Minister Chinamasa’s application. Mr Tsvangirai also filed another application requesting the court to hear his application for consolidation as u ...
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Someone once said there are no permanent friends nor permanent enemies in politics but rather permanent interests. This dictum will soon get real confirmation if recent utterances by confused, treacherous and embattled MDC-T leader that MDC-N leader Professor Welshman Ncube is the legitimate principal of the GPA not MDC-M leader Professor Arthur Mutambara are anything to go by. Tsvangirai spend the past 4 and so years opposing Ncube's machinations to be a Principal and Deputy Prime Minister. In fact, ever since the infamous MDC 2005 Octobr split, both Tsvangirai and Ncube have vowed never to be friends/allies again and in the past 4 years, Tsvangirai supported Mutambara to remain as one of the Principals of the GPA. Now, when the GPA and its subsequent GNU is coming to an and Tsvangirai is seeing that Ncube has more potential to split the MDC opposition vote than Mutambara, he is now trying to lure Ncube into a coalition of convenience so that Ncube endorses Tsvangirai for President and avoid opposition . ...
Ward 27 in Glen Norah will be a battleground among the following MDC-T candidates- Lydia Marufu Gomba, Hebert Gomba (incumbent), Jabulani Munyanyi, brother to former Mbare MP and a member of the MDC-T Provincial Executive, Firisia Jindu and Mrs Muchemwa. It is not yet clear who will contest in the Zanu PF primary elections or MKD and the MDC under Professor Welshman Ncube in Ward 27. While the MDC-T President Morgan Tsvangirai has indicated that anyone who has been previously fingered in alleged acts of corruption should not contest this coming elections, it is unclear how Councillor Hebert Gomba, previously suspended on allegations of corruption, and subsequently reinstated under unclear circumstances is being allowed to contest in these primary elections. Maybe it is the beauty of democracy. Share your views on these candidates. The HRT expects the best to be presented to the residents by all political parties contesting to be councillors in the 46 wards of Harare.
MDC leader, Professor Welshman Ncube took President Robert Mugabe head on at the SADC Special Summit on Zimbabwe in Maputo today and punched holes into his illegal poll plan, pushing SADC heads of state to order that Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister, Patrick Chinamasa to go back to the Constitutional Court and seek a two -week extension so that elections are held on 14 August 2013. Professor Ncube delivered an electric presentation to the SADC heads of state and minced no words in tearing President Mugabe’s dictatorial tendencies, which had seen him almost getting away with setting an election before crucial reforms have been implemented, to pieces. SADC thereafter ordered that an application to the Constitutional Court following consultations by all political parties be made, seeking to extend the date of the election from the 31 July 2013 by two weeks. The regional body resolved that the agreed amendments to the electoral act which had been purportedly been made into law by President ...
Ncube rules out pact with MDC-T June 7, 2013 in Politics THE MDC party led by Professor Welshman Ncube has once again ruled out plans for a grand coalition with other political parties to remove President Robert Mugabe from power in the forthcoming make-or-break elections to be held this year. Report by Elias Mambo On Wednesday MDC-T leader Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai met with MDC deputy president Edwin Mushoriwa, Zapu president Dumiso Dabengwa, Rekerai Semwayo of Zanu Ndonga and Mavambo/Kusile/Dawn leader Simba Makoni after which they ganged up to resist Mugabe’s bid to stampede the nation into elections without reforms. Sources who attended the meeting told the Zimbabwe Independent Tsvangirai took advantage of the gathering and tried to push for a grand political pact in the next election. MDC-T insiders say the coalition against the court ruling “may sow seeds for a grand pact against Mugabe in the forthcoming elections”. “This is the beginning of something great aimed at unseating Mugabe ...
By Violet Gonda: The MDC led by Professor Welshman Ncube has questioned the validity of the newly formed Constitutional Court saying the nine member judges who passed a ruling in the court last Fri...
Ncube Accuses Tsvangirai and Mugabe of Rewriting GPA: [SW Radio]MDC leader Professor Welshman Ncube has...
BULILIMA-MANGWE AND JOHANNESBURG? VOTE MDC Are you in Joburg and from Bulilima-Mangwe? Yes, you can participate in making sure that the MDC (the only MDC, led by Professor Welshman Ncube), wins the next General Election and retains Bulilima-Mangwe. WHY VOTE FOR MDC? The MDC is the only Party that fought for Devolution of Power when Mugabe and Tswangirayi's Zanu PF (that is, the MDC-T) were willing to throw away Devolution of Power. WHAT IS DEVOLUTION? Devolution means that you, as a person from Bulilima-Mangwe, have control over resources in your area; you make decisions that affect your development; your language will become officially used in Education, Government and Media. It also means that JOBS in Bulilima-Mangwe and the Mat'South Province are reserved for us as the Constitution requires that people in local communities should be served in the language of their choice. Only our people can serve us in our languages, not people from other regions! HOW YOU CAN ENSURE AN MDC VICTORY? As things currently ...
Mugabe or Tsvangirai win won’t change much —analysts ZIMBABWEANS should not expect radical changes if either President Robert Mugabe or Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai wins the forthcoming elections, analysts have said. BY PATRICE MAKOVA The two are the leading contenders in elections expected in June or July this year, while MDC leader, Professor Welshman Ncube is placed third in the race. Political analyst, Jabusile Shumba said while a Tsvangirai win would be a democratic breakthrough, it would take his MDC-T government time to economically and politically transform the country. “If Tsvangirai wins, the nation will be greeted by euphoria similar to 1980, although it will take some time for the change to translate into material benefit,” he said. “Economic transformation and democratic consolidation processes will take a bit of time.” Shumba said on the other hand, a victory by Mugabe would signal continued “patrimonial politics, clientelism and a democratic reversal”. He said Zimbabwe n ...
Youths back draft constitution Tuesday, 26 February 2013 11:51 HARARE - In another breathtaking exercise, the Constitutional Select Committee (Copac) coupled with the political principals President Robert Mugabe, Professor Welshman Ncube and Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai have ironed out all outstanding issues in the presence of Deputy Prime Minister Arthur Mutambara to give the youth a political cake which they should embrace as a first crucial step towards the attainment of a constitutional democracy. The philosophy of the elderly that "half a loaf is better than nothing" should therefore be installed in the mindset of the young generation, intertwined by the reality that the Copac draft is the best document that could come out of a compromise. The government was made up of three ideologically divergent political practitioners and that resulted in the making of a compromised document. Therefore, there exists a myriad of reasons why the document should be anointed with legitimacy by the youth Ab initio ...
“There is greater likelihood of Charamba getting pregnant than of the reunification of the MDC and the MDC-T whether before or after the elections,” Professor Welshman Ncube said in response to Nathaniel Manheru’s unification claims in the Sunday Mail.
Welsh NcubeAdmin There are a number of fundamental issues that the continued snubbing of our President Welshman Ncube in the Principal meetings which we take particular issue with. 1) The undermining of the will of the people who elected Professor Welshman Ncube, representing the rank and file of the MDC, and by extension everyone who voted in the last election. 2) The undermining of the people in the whole of SADC, by the continued violation of SADC resolutions. 3) The undermining of key democratic principles that allow for contestation of various positions, for the winner to congratulate the loser, and for power, duties and responsibilitie s to be transferred from one individual to that chosen by the collective. We have for too long seen that with Mugabe having been in power for over 32 years, now Mutambara despite him delivering a handover speech at the congress that elected our President, equally others are showing they are no different being on a third term themselves. 4) The exclusion of a legitima ...
Morning family and mates. Yesterday I was blocked by the leader of the Border Gezi Green bombers party, calling itself MDC Green(or MDC N) Professor Welshman Ncube. I was alarmed by his high level of intolerance of dissent voices, no wonder there are allegations that he plagiarized to become a professor. I challenged him for boasting over his intention to confuse and divide the electorate at the forthcoming make or break watershed elections. He was very proudly declaring that if he is successful in dividing and confusing the opposition vote, resulting in perpetual domination of Zanu pf, then let it be. I told him if he and his Green bombers party personalize politics at the expense of pple's freedon, then Welshman achafa ari kavillage politicians. I went on to advice him that myself I will be a better National politician than him. Pple wants freedom in 2013, his campaign to make sure pple vote against MDC T is an endorsement of the extention of 33yrs of Zanu pf's rule. Its an open reality that its either ...
By Benjamin Chitate I read with a mixture of disbelief and interest a recent media article which quoted Senator David Coltart suggesting an alliance between MDC-N and MDC-T as “absolutely necessary” ahead of elections next year. Welshman Ncube, Priscilla Misihairabwi Mushonga and David Coltart Many people, myself included, have said the same thing before, but have been dismissed by some, including Professor Welshman Ncube. Now that the same suggestion is coming from one of Professor Ncube’s own officials, I hope that the people of Zimbabwe will start realising that Professor Ncube’s stance is retrogressive and may be intended to perpetuate Mugabe’s rule, just because Professor Ncube himself hates Morgan Tsvangirai with a passion. Professor Ncube has of late been very bitter about Morgan Tsvangirai having labeled him a village politician, but he forgets that he has said before that when Tsvangirai is with cattle, he will moo like a cow at a rally in Redcliff. That was really uncalled for from a P ...
Ncube salutes President’s leadership 1 Sunday, 23 December 2012 00:00 11 Comments and 0 Reactions Prof Ncube Munyaradzi Musiiwa MDC leader Professor Welshman Ncube has poured out his admiration for President Mugabe, saying he has far more superior leadership qualities compared to Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai. He also said a new constitution is not a prerequisite for the 2013 harmonised elections, which can be held in terms of the existing law. Speaking to journalists after a rally in Gweru last week, Prof Ncube described President Mugabe as a principled person who exhibited remarkable leadership qualities while Mr Tsvangirai flip-flopped. He said handing the presidency to the MDC-T leader was similar to “giving a cyclist the responsibility of driving a bus”. “There are those who say we should remove (President) Mugabe and replace him with (Mr) Tsvangirai. There is a lot of work to be done in Government,” he said. “Imagine what would happen if he got into office. He would probably open a fi ...
To MLF and the Mthwakazi Movement Guys, I am really now confused so to speak. Your party position is that you'll not contest any election in 'Zimbabwe', yet your President, Paul Siwela, according to the Financial Gazette, complains that his treason trial is scampering his intention to contest the next presidential election. Which is which here now? The party won't contest but the President will. And honestly, what hope is there of winning a presidential election on a secessionist ticket? Aren't we just confusing people and jeopardizing people's hopes for freedom here? I suggest we all rally behind Professor Welshman Ncube at least in the meantime to "take control of our space". I mean, let's face it, any attempt by Siwela to run for President would be nothing more than a referendum on the Mthwakazi movement. I really hope Zanu PF has nothing to do with this. Just seeking answers as a fellow justice activist. Thanks.
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those 2 hv more Popularity than u Professor, it'll merely b division of votes n another fail t change th gvntdo it
Suppose President Robert Mugabe wins 2013 elections, will Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, Professor Welshman Ncube and Dr Simba Makoni congratulate him like Governor Romney did in the USA Presidential Elections, and Vice Versa? Does President Mugabe have the decency to congratulate one of these men if they win in a clean and fair electoral contest? Ndaida democracy yeku America. Akundwa haana nharo, ahwina ari humble and speak to issues affecting the people, and not boast. For that I Love Americans
Why Supporting the MDC led by Professor Welshman Ncube is a Wise Decision
Professor Welshman Ncube is indeed stamping his mark in the leadership terrain of Zimbabwe.
Thought for the weekend; "I am 90 years old. I am tired. I have failed you for the past 32 years. But I am asking you Zimbabweans to vote for me. Thats the choice we have to make at the forthcoming general election" MDC President Professor Welshman Ncube, addressing a rally in Mabvuku last weekend.
This has been another interesting week for the residents of Bulawayo. The battle lines are drawn, the war rages on. The setting was right and MDC-T came in for the kill, koBulawayo, the 13th anniversary celebrations couldn't have taken place anywhere else, because they were coming in for the kill. Their aspiration was to bury "the little" party once and for all. During the week preceding the celebrations, one MDC-T official was quoted as saying, "Right now Professor Welshman Ncube goes about telling people that he has taken Makokoba, we are not even worried because we know that in the coming elections it will be a race of two parties only and all these others are just mere small dogs that won’t trouble us,” said Mr Bhebhe. First it was "the smaller faction," and as election time draws nearer, we are transformed to ," just mere small dogs". This I know for sure, that when a man resorts to derogatory slurs, he has run out of things to say, indeed it is mere-minded, myopic and very juvenile to say the le ...
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe will Monday call for the first time Professor Welshman Ncube of the Movement...
Meanwhile , Let's hope that attempts by Sadc to ouster Deputy Prime Minister Professor Arthur Mutambara is not driven by nepotism where Sadc mediator, President Jacob Zuma of South Africa is related to Professor Welshman Ncube. That could raise a serious conflict of interest enough for President Zuma to recuse himself from mediation on Zimbabwe.
DEFECTIONS GALORE... Wednesday, 04 July 2012 MDC-T 2008 losing candidate for Mhangura constituency Mr Clever Kagoti has defected to Zanu-PF. He said Zanu-PF’s clear people-oriented programmes had attracted him to join the party. Mr Kagoti announced his defection during a field day at Chifundi Farm in Mhangura at the weekend. Mr Kagoti was trounced by Zanu-PF candidate Dr Douglas Mombeshora before deciding to join the party. “I have come back home after realising that Zanu-PF was the only party committed to uplifting the lives of the ordinary majority.” Kagoti said some in MDC-T were contemplating joining Zanu-PF after getting a raw deal from the Morgan Tsvangirai-led party. The defection comes soon after the MDC-T leader admitted his party has been saddled with defections. In Matebeleland, MDC-T members have been reportedly joining the Professor Welshman Ncube-led formation. Source: The Herald
Tsvangirai's MDC-T suffers more defections ,The number of defectors from Tsvangirai's MDC-T in Bulawayo rose to 150 this week as Professor Welshman Ncube's MDC today Saturday welcomed 66 more members who have ditched Tsvangirai's movement. The new 66 members are from Pelandaba, Mpopoma and Bulawayo East. Last Sunday 84 people from Makokoba constituency fell out with local legislator Thokozani Khupe who is also MDC-T's vice president and the country's deputy Prime Minister whom they accuse of dictatorial tendencies. Initiating the new members to the party at the Bulawayo regional offices, MDC president Welshman Ncube expressed confidence in his party' strength to remove Mugabe's regime from power. He said Ian Smith had vowed blacks would never rule but he was overthrown. Ncube said Mugabe's time is running out. Meanwhile, MDC-T's Thokozani Khupe is also set to begin a crisis management exercise in her constituency to avoid more members leaving in droves. Khupe is scheduled to meet the party structures Satu ...
Will Mugabe now appoint Professor Welshman Ncube now that the High Court in Harare has ruled that he is the rightful President of MDC? Curious.
Lest we forget, holding talks with a political party does not mean one has joined that party. That's what happened between me and the MDC led by Professor Welshman Ncube. We held Exploration talks to explore areas of common interest and we established sharp differences on Elections and the Constitution resulting in the collapse of the talks. So let's get that right. These were Exploration Talks and not joining the party.
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