President Emmerson Mnangagwa has thrown cold water on the idea of a government of national unity. The President said that that the ruling Zanu-PF party has no plans to form a transitional government. Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa had said that the country needs a transitional government in order to fix the country’s economic problems and the issue of legitimacy. Zanu-PF officials had been quick to dismiss the calls for a transitional government and Mnangagwa confirmed that he was of the same mind. Addressing the 109th Zanu PF Central Committee today Mnangagwa said the party had won two-thirds of the parliamentary seats in the July harmonised elections and has the mandate to develop the country. Said Mnangagwa
Let those who dream continue to do so as we chart the way forward. We have no agenda on constituting a Government of National Unit.
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