MDC spokesperson Jacob Mafume has announced that the party shall conduct public ‘Question and Answer’ sessions for party stalwarts vying for the top posts at the upcoming elective congress.
Mafume said that this exercise enhances democracy and also gives candidates a chance to preempt what they will do if elected. The spokesperson said:
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The party mandated the commission to organise caucuses for those contesting each other to table before members and the public what they will offer the party and country if elected.
These debates shall be open to the public, the media and shall be streamed live on the party’s official social media platforms. The commission shall appoint independent moderators for these debates.
They will respond to questions from members of the party and this is good for democracy.
Current VPs, Morgen Komichi, Elias Mudzuri and Welshman Ncube shall battle for the same post with Tendai Biti, Lillian Timveos, Lynnet Karenyi-Kore, Paurina Mpariwa and former Zanu PF MP Tracy Mutinhiri who have all secured nominations.
Douglas Mwonzora, who recently withrew from contesting for the presidency position is facing Chalton Hwende and Daniel Molokeli for his current position.
David Coltart is expected to square off against Tapiwa Mashakada for the Treasurer General post.
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