We Are Sincere In Delivering Necessary Reforms – SB Moyo

The foreign affairs minister has said the government of Zimbabwe is serious about implementing reforms. General Moyo was speaking to journalists when he said the country also deserved international support in its pursuit of economic and political implementation.

Moyo who was speaking about reforms and reiterating that the government is seeking to recover funds where there was “clear cut evidence of pilfering” said:

The international community needs to understand and nurse this country. This country has suffered for the past two decades. This is the time when it must be supported in its reforms.

This country is undertaking all these reforms, with all the painful processes which are taking place, without any form of support from outside. No lines of credit, no balance of payments support, nothing, We are a sincere government in delivering the necessary reforms and freedoms

The government so far has reintroduced the Zimbabwean dollar as a reform measure among other measures.

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  1. Implementing reforms does not require money – it requires the political will of the President.
    How does the collection of stolen funds help to make reforms in Zimbabwe. Reform means firing all the present crooks and thieves, stop wasteful expenditure like private Boeing Jets, cars for MP’s (they are paid a lot, so they can pay for their own cars), strike out AIPPA, POSA (and MOPA), open up the airwaves to anybody, allow full democratic rights. Stop shooting protesters. Doing all of that costs nothing – a sheet of A4 paper, signed by the president. Costs about USD$,50cents .

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