Confusion worsens in Zanu PF

HARARE - As chaos in Zanu PF escalates, the ex-ruling party has once again changed dates for their primary elections, which have been rescheduled to tomorrow.

The primary elections, which have torn President Robert Mugabe’s party apart, were initially pencilled for today but were rescheduled to Wednesday after supporters demonstrated at the party headquarters on Friday against imposition of candidates.

But in another twist, Zanu PF chairman, Simon Khaya-Moyo yesterday announced that the dates for primary elections have been changed again. Khaya-Moyo told the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) that given the position of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) that prospective parliamentary and council candidates are required to register their nominations at Zec offices throughout the country on Wednesday, the 26th of June 2013, the Zanu PF primary elections will now take place tomorrow.

He told ZBC that provincial elections directorates are mandated to run the primary elections in their respective provinces in a free, fair and transparent manner. - Staff Writer

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