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Plans by NCA to form political party at advanced stage
Sibanda, SW Radio Africa
August 29, 2013
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Constitutional Assembly (NCA) will hold its congress next month,
where members are expected to endorse a plan by the lobby group
to form a new political party.
Munjonzi Mutandiri, the
international relations representative for the NCA, told SW Radio’s
Hidden Story program on Wednesday that the congress will be held
in Harare on 28th September.
close confidante of Lovemore Madhuku the chairman of the NCA, said
a new leadership will emerge from the congress next month.
Madhuku, a University
of Zimbabwe Law professor, is earmarked to become the new leader
of the party, if the congress passes the resolution to launch a
Its believed members
will also be asked to suggest a name for the new party.
SW Radio Africa is reliably
informed the new party will be launched in December this year and
will welcome anyone who wishes to join, regardless of their previous
Although he declined
to confirm reports of the formation of the new party, Mutandiri
claimed it was clear that both Zanu-PF and the MDC-T had no solution
to the problems affecting Zimbabwe.
parties are clueless and there is need to come up with an alternative.
The biggest mistake the MDC-T did in joining the inclusive
government was to suspend the reform agenda.
‘This played into
the hands of Zanu-PF who used it to plot the downfall of the MDC.
While Zanu-PF emerged victorious, all their energy is spent ensuring
they kill off Morgan Tsvangirai or any opposition instead of planning
ahead,’ explained Mutandiri.
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