Thokozani Khupe’s breakaway MDC-T has said that it will not boycott the July 30 elections. However, the party warned that the elections will not be credible if there is no clean and audited voters’ roll. Said Linda Masarira, the spokesperson for the Khupe faction
Without a clean and audited voters’ roll, Zimbabweans should simply forget about holding a free and fair election that can pass the test of legitimacy…We are still in the same situation which necessitated the call for reforms so having elections without reforms is a futile activity. Boycotting elections is not an option as we will just be playing into Zanu PF’s plans. Constitutionalism, institutional reform, electoral reform and a diametric shift in the trajectory of governance will reign and be the order of the day if we vote Khupe as the President of Zimbabwe.