Tsvangirai more interested in electoral reforms than in political coalitions merely to topple Mugabe


In the same breath, President Morgan Tsvangirai will continue to discuss and exchange notes with similar – minded opposition political leaders as we seek to establish common ground before a formal electoral coalition pact can be publicly announced. This is work in progress and we would like to re – assure all the concerned people of Zimbabwe that we will not let them down. The people’s struggle is also our struggle. We shall always remain on the side of the people as the democratic fight against the bankrupt, corrupt and faction – ridden Zanu PF regime enters the homestretch.

At an appropriate point in time, President Morgan Tsvangirai will, of course, make a formal public announcement regarding the issue of an electoral coalition as we prepare for elections in 2018.Negotiations of such a monumental significance are never conducted in public. We have our eyes on the ball all the time and going forward, the people of Zimbabwe will be kept properly informed of the progress that is being made.

There is every reason to be optimistic because we are about to cross the river Jordan as we enter the Zimbabwean political and socio – economic Canaan.

MDC: Equal Opportunities For All
Obert  Chaurura Gutu
MDC National Spokesperson


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