When will the Zimbabwean government resume by-elections? Long-standing parliamentary vacancies have left over 754,000 voters in 26 constituencies without elected representation. Only by-elections will restore these citizens’ rights to representation. #ZimVotesMatter
Political analyst Mr Alex Munyonga is reported as having said the statement raises a stink from a diplomatic point of view. Munyonga said:
The embassy deceitfully argues that voter registration numbers will help define electoral boundaries in the delimitation. A mind-boggling question arises as to why this refereeing by a prejudiced match official.
Some scepticism arises as to why a perennial critique of the country’s developmental prospects call for ensuring complete representation of Zimbabwean communities through mass voter registration…
Such blindfolding needs to be unravelled and arrested. It is a proven historical fact that American diplomatic and scientific skills are double edged swords. The seeming courtesy can be analogised to 30 pieces of silver intended to betray our people and our future. The Zimbabwean future is not on sale. Why such interest lest there are congealed intentions of instituting porous hegemonic entry points. Ulterior motives and hidden hostile designs are manifest in the US Embassy’s tweet.
Another political analyst Mr Caution Torovei is quoted as having said Zimbabwe needs to guard against foreigners “dictating to us what needs to be done, the owners of this nation must dictate the pace.”
The Herald also quotes another political analyst, Mr Collin Mharadzano as having said for a so-called model of democracy to blatantly interfere in the affairs of a sovereign republic speaks volumes of its hatred for the nation and its people.
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