Zim opposition needs healing

EDITOR — It will take more measures to repair the MDC family than dismissing its rebelling members.

It is not just a matter of responding to emotional insecurity on the part of top leadership that will save the opposition parties in Zimbabwe.

Most of these members have put a united front in the face of hardships hitting this embattled party.

To put forth a face-saving reason of dismissing some members on the pretext that they are calling for leadership renewal or policy change will not help the leadership crisis in MDC.

This is a very serious negative reaction to healing a breach. In fact dismissing prominent members of the party will only make matters worse.

The only solution is to listen to the voice of its owners and show loyalty to its constitution.

If going to the extra-ordinary convention/national congress is constitutional and financiers of the  party do not see any problem with it, then why not do it so as to settle the dust?

But if the party president and his loyal members are frightened every time there is a mention of a leadership renewal or policy change for the party simply because they fear becoming jobless and they are doing everything to block it-including inducing artificial discipline to scare away ‘mosquitoes’ off their president, then the party will vapourise!

Maromo

Comments (1)

VaMaromo munepamuromo chaizvo. There are points to note in your argument but surely like what Pro Johnso said , u can not risk removing a winning team and try and experiment with these other guys. If they think they have better to offer to Zimbabwe Let them promote their Team MDC party but judging from their campaign atendances they doomed to fail. W e Say to them Good Luck

todiizvavzo - 25 April 2014

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