Chamisa, MDC-T Grandstanding On Electoral Reforms: Justice Minister

Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Ziyambi Ziyambi has claimed that the opposition MDC-T is grandstanding with regards to participating in the 2018 harmonised elections. This comes after Chamisa has repeatedly threatened that the MDC-T would not participate in the polls unless electoral reforms are implemented. Said Ziyambi,

I am surprised that they are going all out to the Press to cry foul. It is clear that they are grandstanding. But we will continue to follow due processes and deliver a free and fair election in line with what President Mnangagwa has constantly said.

I actually do not understand what they mean by electoral reforms. It’s high-sounding language that they are using to gain attention.There is also the Code of Conduct for elections which all the parties have signed and agreed to….What we are now working on is to focus on the penalties for political parties do not abide by the Code of Conduct.

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One Comment on “Chamisa, MDC-T Grandstanding On Electoral Reforms: Justice Minister

  1. Mr ziyambi ziyambi, with due respect i would like to advice you that you really know what these people talking about, one electoral reform is to give media broadcasting space on national radio and tv to all political parties, removal of all sivic soldiers from rural areas because these activities are bad for the villagers to vote in a free space and many more.

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