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G/V British Airways plane taxis in
C/U Aircraft, motor cars
G/V Journalists, cameramen surround Muzorewa and party
S/V Muzorewa shaking hands, then getting into car
S/V Muzorewa talking to reporter
Mr Bulle and Mr. Mukome S/C
PAN to Mukome S/V
"........a legality, a sentence were not imposed on that country because of details of the constitution, they were imposed on that country because of UDI and that UDI is not there now as far as Ian Smith is concerned. I don't know that I want to say a lot about it.........
........I am elected by the people and I demand that they should be recognised"
Reporter "Prime Minister, you've had a chance to consider what was said at Camp David by President Carter. Can you say to what degree do you agree or disagree with what came out of those talks?"
Muzorewa "Well, first of all we disagreed on the position that we took before I went there.......they are not prepared to take the lead, so the challenge is on the British government now...
Reporter "Prime Minister, thank you"
Reporter "Mr, Bulle, it's come as some surprise to meet Bishop Muzorewa here in London. As Minister of Commerce and Industry can we take it you've come to put the case for commerce for lifting the sanctions?"
"You that's quite correct. I've come to London to join the bishop's party........with the same objective in mind"
Reporter "Mr Mukome, you accompanied the Bishop to Camp David, can you say what the objective was?"
Mkabe "Yes you rightly put it is an arch word. I disclose to you what was disclosed there.......... come out with a forthright contract for fulfilling the part of the contract to the six press laws which you have just fulfilled"
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