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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Patrick Chinamasa
President Robert Mugabe filed a request with the top court in Zimbabwe to stop the nation's elections for two weeks, his minister of justice said on Wednesday.
Patrick Chinamasa, chief negotiator for President Robert Mugabe, told state media that party negotiators are set to agree Wednesday on a timetable for elections after months of dispute.
Earlier, Justice Minister Patrick Chinamasa said he told Mrs. Pillay that claims of state sponsored torture were untrue.