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  • Parliamentary Monitor: Issue 06
    Parliamentary Monitoring Trust (Zimbabwe)
    February 15, 2013

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    March Referendum

    Its either you are with us or you are against us. This binary approach to issues supposes that there is not middle ground and you are forced to make a cost benefit analysis and choose either. This is the dilemma most Zimbabweans will face when they go into the booth in March to vote on a new constitution. If you agree with half and disagree with the other half, you do not have a way of stating it. What is likely to make it worse is that the one-month campaign is likely to focus on how you should vote and not what you will vote for. This was the most opportune time to tell the people about the constitution but it cannot be done in a month.

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