Chamisa Rules Out GNU, Says Dialogue With Mnangagwa Will Be About Economy And Reforms4 years ago
Speaking to NewZimbabwe.com, MDC leader Nelson Chamisa said he does not want to hold talks with President Mnangagwa so that he can be part of Government.
He said the talks will only be about reforms and moving the country forward. He said the MDC is not interested in power but the well-being of Zimbabweans. Said Chamisa:
I am ready to meet him just the next second. But on condition that we are discussing about reforms; about the agenda to move the country forward, not this whole thing to say Mr Chamisa wants to be included into the government. We are not interested in power; we are interested in the well-being of Zimbabweans – that’s our interests, democracy, freedom, nation a building and peace. This country has never known peace for the past 39 years. Zimbabwe has been raped politically, and there has been political rape. This country has suffered a lot of assault, a lot of violence, a lot of intimidation and that’s why we must deal with that. The violence that you saw last week, armed people, live bullets on unarmed civilians for whatever reasons it’s never justified. I am committed to peace because we believe there is no other way to democracy than peaceful change; that’s why we continue to use platforms of peace, to be able to move forward.Feedback
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