Zimbabwe’s main opposition CCC senior leader (Secretary-General) Charlton Hwende demanding that people in diaspora must be allowed to vote in the upcoming August 20-25 general elections.
He says Zanu PF MPs are the ones blocking diasporans from voting, although they bring so much money into the economy.
Hwende attacks Zanu PF Member of Parliament, Mr Joseph Chinotimba for making noise while thwarting electoral reforms, saying that’s why voters have now rejected him in his party’s primary elections.
The southern African country Zimbabwe is due to hold presidential and legislative election, expected to hold in August, but no date has been announced yet.
The 80-year-old leader, Emmerson Mnangagwa who is seeking re-election, urged Zimbabweans to “say no to violence, before, during and after” the upcoming general election.
The main political parties for the 2023 elections remain the Zanu-PF, which has been in power since independence in 1980, and the opposition Citizens Coalition For Change (CCC), formed early this year and led by the veteran politician Nelson Chamisa.
In cross-cutting interviews conducted by NewZimbabwe; the clergy, civil society leaders and the general populace called for calm as a peaceful environment is an enabler for economic, social and political development.
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