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Mnangagwa must ensure democracy prevails

13 Sep 2021 at 05:01hrs | Views
RECENTLY, President Emmerson Mnangagwa castigated the outcome of Zambia's elections, adding that what happened in Zambia would never happen in Zimbabwe.

He went further to say Zanu-PF was going to win resoundingly in 2023 because it had more supporters than any other political party. So, accordingly, Mnangagwa must level the playing field to prove his point.

Simple, allow voters' roll inspection and auditing, transparency on ballot printing, number of polling stations and their locations and change the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) secretariat that was put in place by the late former President Robert Mugabe and allow diasporans to vote.

We want him to prove his words or eat them. Mnangagwa should  open up airwaves by licensing more television and radio stations, including reforming State-owned newspapers.

Why does Mnangagwa refuse to be approved by the people?


Source - NewsDay Zimbabwe
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