MDC Distances Itself From Vincent Tsvangirai’s “Sanctions Are Hurting Ordinary People” Remarks

The Nelson Chamisa led MDC has distanced itself from remarks made by Morgan Tsvangirai’s son in parly yesterday when he said:

I am a patriotic person who believes that sanctions do hurt ordinary persons but at the same time making an act like that I believe sometimes you may end up opening up citizens to further harm.

The party yesterday through the spokesperson was quick to distance itself from young Vincent’s remarks and said his position was not the party’s position. MDC Spokesperson Daniel Molokele spoke to the Daily News and  said:

What Honourable Tsvangirai said is not the party’s position. As the people’s party, the MDC remains clear and unequivocal in its stance. We are more focused on the lifting of ‘domestic sanctions’ that the illegitimate regime has imposed on the long-suffering people of Zimbabwe.

Zanu PF must focus on opening up the democratic space at home first, and then the so-called international sanctions will naturally fall away. Those are not economic sanctions, but they are targeted at individuals who are violating human rights

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