Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Resign, Tsvangirai tells ZEC

The MDC-T president, Mr Morgan Tsvangirai has once again castigated the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC), alleging the body has failed to discharge its mandate.

Addressing party supporters who attended a rally in Harare, Prime Minister Tsvangirai called on the ZEC leadership to resign.

He alleged that the electoral body’s leadership is intentionally trying to subvert the will of the people by deliberately failing to avail the voters roll to political parties before the holding of the polls.

Mr Tsvangirai promised his supporters that a government under his leadership will root out corruption and ensure that job opportunities are availed to thousands of youths under his party’s JUICE programme.

The rally was attended by the MDC-T national executive, international and regional observers.

Mr Tsvangirai is contesting for the presidential post against President Robert Mugabe (Zanu PF), Mr Dumiso Dabengwa (ZAPU) and Professor Welshman Ncube (MDC).

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