Chiefs Council President Chief Fortune Charumbira has said that there should be a law that punishes people who undermine the interests of Zimbabwe through calling for illegal sanctions. Charumbira was saying this under the impression that Tendai Biti asked for sanctions when in actual fact he did not.
Zimbabwe should seriously consider the need for a law that punishes Zimbabweans who undermine the country’s political, economic and social interests as what we read in the media as attributed to Mr Biti. Such people should be disqualified from contesting for political office because they would have expressly shown that their ultimate mission is to seek political office through undermining the interests of Zimbabwe.
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Another Chiefs Council member, Chief Musarurwa said that the MDC Alliance should have engaged President Emmerson Mnangagwa first before going to the United States.
Fortune Charumbira is a traditional leader in Zimbabwe and the current President of the Chief's Council. He was inaugurated as the substantive Chief Charumbira on 24 May 2000.In October 2018 Fortune Charumbira was elected unopposed as vice president of the Pan-African Parliament (PAP) Bureau, representing... Read More About Fortune Charumbira
The MDC Alliance was a coalition of seven opposition parties that was launched on the 5th of August, 2017 at the Zimbabwe Grounds in Highfield, with the aim to challenge Zanu-PF in 2018 harmonised elections. It was later registered as a political party with the... Read More About MDC Alliance
Tendai Laxton Biti is a politician and currently one of the 3 Vice Presidents of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC). He was elected the vice presidency in May 2019 at the MDC Congress. Biti is also one of Zimbabwe's most prominent lawyers. Biti is... Read More About Tendai Biti