President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Thursday said that the door is still open for other opposition political parties to join the dialogue process, also known as the Political Actors Dialogue (POLAD), he convened a few months after the contested 2018 general elections.
President Mnangagwa revealed this while responding to questions from delegates during the official opening of the ongoing Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC) annual congress in Victoria Falls. He said:
When I look at those that have come through to the dialogue, who also happens to have been those that took part in the elections last year, I see strategists who want to move their country forward.
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Each of the leaders has a strategy through which they believe this country can be taken forward. These are the strategies that we are trying to harness in the dialogue.
There are some that are not at the table. They have not moved forward with all of us. I would like to state that the door will remain open to these kinds of people.
We are brothers and sisters who should work together for the success of their country.
Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce is an apolitical, non-profit, membership-based business association which has a mandate to equip business with development opportunities. ZNCC was established in 1894. Read More About Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce