National Transitional Authority The Only Way Forward For Zim: Ibbo Mandaza

 

Political analyst and academic Ibbo Mandaza has said that a national transitional authority was the only way for Zimbabwe to move forward. Speaking about a possible Government of National Unity (GNU), Mandaza said,

We have been facilitating the talks since 2015 and, in light of what we think would be a disputed election, we are focusing on a post-election transitional authority so as to bring about peace and reconciliation, and a return a to constitutionalism which includes the army going back to the barracks.  We are aware that some parties are already talking about a GNU and we will talk to Zanu PF when the time comes. This is a platform where concerned parties are also talking to the region and the international community for re-engagement. We spoke to representatives of all (the) political parties but there were no principals

However, this was dismissed by Oxford scholar Philan Zamchiya who told the Daily News,

At the moment, I see no such prospects. The military oligarchy buoyed by renewed international support, plagued by internal contradictions and with its hierarchy not feeling so well has a winner take all mentality. Read beneath and beyond. Any post-election GNU talk or signal is insincere, mere carrot dangling and a strategy to reduce the necessary pre-election noise from the opposition. So fight like there is no GNU! That’s it.

More: Daily News

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One Comment on “National Transitional Authority The Only Way Forward For Zim: Ibbo Mandaza

  1. Mandaza you are singing a different Tune you said before Chamisa was unstoppable now you talking of involvement of regional nonsense we know your glamour boys have made mistakes lying with instant coffee solutions which are blatant. Soldiers in barracks what crap The biggest mistake Zimbabwe made was to listen to such manipulation by Mugabe that the civilian must lead that’s ok if a soldier retires he becomes a civilian with war credentials. Tongogara was killed for that. Look where a civilian Mugabe took us soldiers died for nothing. Why do civilian use sodiers as hunting dogs and kana dzadzimba it’s pfutseki and get mazvizvi. That mentality must STOP as long as a soldier retires he can enter politics infact I can loosely say I would prefer to have an exmilitary man at the Helm like ED CHIWENGA and SHIRI. Why because they have the people’s Pain infield heart . Your glamour boys have same traits with Mugabe and are hell band on occupying state house by hook crook and lies hence campaigning to keep sanctions in place when dictator Mugabe was out THEY do not show compassion for people

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