Kasukuwere Urges Chamisa To "Go Back To The People"

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Thu, 24 Sep 2020 17:03:06 GMT
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Kasukuwere Urges Chamisa To "Go Back To The People"

Exiled Zimbabwean politician and former cabinet minister Saviour Kasukuwere has said the youthful MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa should not rely on Zimbabwe’s judiciary in his fight for democracy.

Speaking to CITE.org in an interview during CITE’s The Breakfast Club Wednesday, Kasukuwere urged Chamisa to go back to the people where he draws his mandate. Said Kasukuwere:

Politics is about the people. Nelson must take the game back to the people. He must go back to the people. Let the people make the decisions. It is about people voting. It is the verdict that will come from the people.

Now if they go for these by-elections and a determination made by the people will make all those who are making those decisions think about it twice again. As it stands, the people’s will or the people’s decision is being undermined

Yes we do respect our courts. They are trying to do the best that they can but at times we ask ourselves: ‘Did the people vote for Khupe? And I think the answer is No! And for Khupe to walk in and say I am now the president of this party, MDC Alliance, I think at a personal level I wouldn’t take such a position.

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Kasukuwere’s remarks come after the MDC Alliance led by Nelson Chamisa has been under fire from MDC-T, another MDC faction led by Thokozani Khupe which is recalling councillors and legislators aligned to Chamisa.

The interim MDC-T leadership that was reinstated by the March 2020 Supreme Court ruling on the MDC leadership crisis, also seized MDC Alliance headquarters – Harvest House christened Morgan Tsvangirai House.

More: CITE.org



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