MDC Statement On Anti-sanctions Day {Full Text}

As the people’s movement, the MDC has resolved to have nothing to do with any marches that do not seek to address the bread and butter issues that are affecting the majority of Zimbabweans today.

The long-standing crisis in Zimbabwe has been caused by the lack of confidence by our country’s citizens in the current political leadership of the country.

This is a result of the culture of bad governance and illegitimacy that rose out of a disputed stolen presidential elections results.

Indeed, the lack of good governance, legitimate and accountable leadership as evidenced by rigged or stolen elections; State-sanctioned gross human rights violations; rampant corruption; police brutality; arbitrary arrests and persecution of opposition politicians and civil society activists; abductions and forced disappearances; abuse of food aid as a political weapon; suppression of rural communities; cartels or state capture; among other vices that military against the people of Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe is where it is today, largely due to the fact the country is being led by selfish and corrupt leaders who have no popular electoral mandate from the majority of Zimbabwean voters.

At the core of the national collapse are a crisis of leadership, a crisis of governance and a crisis of legitimacy.

Put simply, we have an illegitimate leadership that will never put first the interests of the long-suffering people of Zimbabwe.

It is the MDC’s view as aptly summarized by our RELOAD strategy, that unless and until the critical issues of political legitimacy and outstanding comprehensive reforms are fully resolved, Zimbabwe will remain in the doldrums, doomed as a country, without any hope of socio-economic recovery whatsoever.

As a people’s movement, the MDC will work with all progressive forces and indeed the broader people of Zimbabwe to mobilise and collectively express themselves, democratically and peacefully in public, against an illegitimate government that stole the result of the 2018 presidential elections and is not accountable to the people of Zimbabwe; Selfish and corrupt leaders that have captured the State and keep looting the country’s coffers at the expense of the masses; A visionless and unpopular government that has failed to provide a decent life for the Zimbabwean citizenry; and State-sanctioned gross human rights abuses and violations such as the recent callous murder of Hilton Tafadzwa Tamangani who will be laid to rest in Murehwa today.

MDC @ 20: Celebrating Courage, Growth and the People’s Victories.

Daniel Molokele
MDC National Spokesperson
Cell: 071 372 6552

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One Comment on “MDC Statement On Anti-sanctions Day {Full Text}

  1. Are we mature enough to say we want a country like Botswana. Free and all and prepared to accept all as citizens of Zimbabwe. To date this has not happened and it’s each person for themselves. ZanuPf must realise Zimbabwe is our country and we fought and died for the people to enjoy that freedom. That struggle was for us to enjoy our country and build it so that we all prosper. Unfortunately ZanuPf believes no one else must live nice. This the chaos we find ourselves in today. Mr Ed is getting degrees but what does that mean to us. Absolutely zero. Mr Ed says one thing to us and then says another to others. Come on Mr Ed as a lawyer what’s your agenda.

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