SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt (Reuters) - African Union leaders began debating a resolution on Tuesday that would call for a government of national unity in Zimbabwe following an election crisis, sources at a summit in Egypt said.
The sources told Reuters the RESOLUTION (RSL.LO)would also call fortalks between President Robert Mugabe's government and theopposition, and would pledge African Union (AU) support for thepolitical process.
They said the resolution was submitted to the meeting byTanzania, the current AU chairman, Swaziland and Angola.
One source said Mugabe had started to address a closedsession of the summit in the resort of Sharm el-Sheikh. It wasnot immediately clear what he said.
(Reporting by Opheera McDoom; Writing by Daniel Wallis)