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PF's Indigenisation Bill unacceptable criminality
General, Movement for Democratic Change
The MDC dismisses
the clandestine and nicodemous gazetting of regulations calling
for all foreign investors to cede 51 percent of their investment
to 'indigenous people.'
Kasukuwere, whose ministry is yet to explain how it illegally foisted
13 000 Zanu PF youths on the government payroll, has decided to
rail-road controversial, anti-investment regulations without the
knowledge of Cabinet and the Head of Government, the Prime Minister.
It is simply
a unilateral Zanu PF Bill
which has failed to meet not only the basic components of procedure,
but has far reaching negative and dire consequences on the much-needed
investment in Zimbabwe.
The MDC views
these provocative and anti-investment regulations as a deliberate
attempt to undermine the country and its people. At a time when
Zimbabwe desperately needs foreign direct investment, it is an affront
to recovery efforts for the Ministry of Youth and Indigenisation
to nocturnally and unilaterally gazette these anti-people and anti-Zimbabwe
Zanu PF simply
wants to create a new arena for looting and abuse. The so-called
"indigenous people" who are set to benefit from this
criminal Bill are not the ordinary man and woman, but the well-connected
elite and the Zanu PF chefs.
of Zimbabwe want real change. They want hope, security, dignity,
freedom and prosperity. They want investment so that they can have
jobs, food, better health care and education. They want real change
yesterday and not cheap politics meant to extinguish hope and undermine
the inclusive government.
The MDC calls
upon the inclusive government, in the national interest, to reverse
all such destructive policies and withdraw the gazette
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