Cape Town – Zimbabwe's fledging economy needs a decisive
winner in Wednesday’s general elections, Reserve Bank governor Gideon Gono
says, according to a newzimbabwe.com report.
"The economy desperately needs a clear winner and a peaceful
ending to the electoral processes for it to stabilise and prosper," Gono said
in a statement.
Zimbabweans are casting their votes bringing to an end a
shaky coalition government formed in 2009 between President Robert Mugabe and
Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai.
The winning presidential candidate should get at least 50% plus
Gono says a decisive win for one of the parties will give
the country a clear policy direction for the next five years.
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