MDC T National Chairman Morgen Komichi has for the third time this year called for a dialogue between political parties as he said it is the only way to move the country forward.
Komichi used Twitter to call for the dialogue and said parties should unite and dialogue to solve Zimbabwe’s economic crisis. Tweeted Komichi:
Solution to Zimbabwean Economic Crisis lies in OUR HANDS. Let’s Unite and Dialogue. Cry the Beloved Country.
It is still not clear if Mwonzora was calling for his party to unite and dialogue with Zanu PF after they refused to be part of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s POLAD, or he was trying to extend an olive branch to his erstwhile colleagues in the MDC Alliance to unite with the faction that is now led by Douglas Mwonzora.
Komichi who is now part of the MDC T after leaving the MDC Alliance after being frustrated by the MDC Alliance people according to Lilian Timveos, has been calling for dialogue as evidenced by his tweet on 14 February that reads:
National unity in Zimbabwe is a prerequisite for a successful Dialogue. Major agenda item is Electoral Reforms for 2023 General Elections.
He has also called on all opposition parties to unite ahead of 2023 in another tweet that said:
The Opposition UNITED FRONT is the only platform to tackle comprehensive political and economic reforms in Zimbabwe. Failure to UNITE is a recipe for disaster come 2023 General Elections.
Ironically the party he now belongs to, the MDC T says they are the leading party in the MDC Alliance which according to the High Court is not a party but an alliance of parties.
Source: Morgen Komichi Biography